By Sheila Reading, Brian Webster
This e-book will provide examples to nursing scholars to allow an inventive and cutting edge knowing of ways the capabilities can be confirmed within the many contexts the place perform happens with members, teams or most likely communities.
summary: This booklet will provide examples to nursing scholars to permit an inventive and cutting edge realizing of the way the capabilities might be tested within the many contexts the place perform happens with contributors, teams or potentially groups
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1 A good life for me Item Because a good life for me involves Therefore I value Pay off my mortgage Being free from debt and having no concerns about where I will live Security Take my parents on the holiday of a lifetime Spending time with family and thanking them for what they have given me in the past Family and relationships A long weekend with my partner in a luxury spa hotel Being able to take time out for myself for rest and relaxation Myself and my own well-being Donation to Amnesty International Living in a world in which other people are not subject to torture and inhuman or degrading treatment Human dignity Take a university course in philosophy Thinking deeply and critically about new subjects Intellectual challenge and accomplishment A new car Not being embarrassed in front of my friends by the car I drive Social status We started this section by observing that our values are related to character and therefore to the kind of person we are.
It can also be seen that Chloe, like anyone else, has a range of conflicting values. An important part of the nurse’s role will be in helping Chloe come to understand that the values of the ‘pro-ana’ group are not consistent with what she otherwise values in relation to being ‘healthy’ and living a ‘good life’. It is clear that there are several reasons why an understanding of personal values is important in nursing. Firstly, it is important for nurses to have the skills necessary to recognize that other people’s 27 Section 1 Professional values values can be different from their own.