This book focuses on the 'moral sense of nursing' by developing nursing ethics as it is rooted in everyday practice rather than the application of philosophical ethics. This implies a 'therapeutic ethic' that is founded in caring; two of the four primary themes of the book deal with the concept of caring. In addition, this book argues that such a nursing ethic has an evocative or inspirational side: the decision to become a nurse implies a call to caring. The interpretive nature of this brief text advances our understanding of both nursing and ethics.
Out of Stock
Sorry but this item is out of stock, please check back again soon.