L’éthique relationnelle dans la pratique quotidienne

Jane Moore, Joyce Engel, Dawn Prentice

Abstract


Les infirmières en oncologie sont régulièrement confrontées à des questions d’ordre éthique dans le cadre de leur pratique quotidienne en raison des besoins complexes de leurs patients, besoins qui requièrent l’expertise de nombreux fournisseurs de soins. La participation de différents fournisseurs, du patient et de sa famille peut entraîner des opinions divergentes concernant la meilleure voie à suivre pour le patient. Cet article vise à décrire différentes questions d’ordre éthique auxquelles les infirmières peuvent faire face et à illustrer la façon dont l’éthique relationnelle peut offrir une orientation pour les infirmières qui dispensent des soins à des patients atteints de cancer.


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