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    Theoretical and Ethical Basis of Practice Nursing theories and ethical principles serve as the foundation of nursing practice, education, and research (Colley, 2003; Antipuesto, 2011). This paper’s purpose is to elaborate on author’s discussion of her phenomenon of interest (POI) on newborn screening for Critical Congenital Heart Defects (CCHD). The objectives of this paper are to relate the metaparadigm of nursing to the POI, select and discuss a grand nursing theory and a middle-range theory that

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    Starbucks is a company where social responsibility and ethical practices is one of their major concerns. Their mission statement that has laid out the guiding principles states that their guidelines of keeping people first and profits last will be a part of their culture and they try to live by them every day. These guiding principles and their mission statement has been in order of the company primarily because of the visions of Starbucks chair and founder Howard Schultz. The basic concern of Starbucks

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    Autism Ethical Practices

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    Historical, Legal, and (Un)Ethical Practices of Autism Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society. Accordingly, ASD has a substantial role in special education which requires educators to gain additional knowledge and training in order to meet those needs of students in their classrooms who are dealing with ASD. Educators in the field must be aware of the historical, legal, and ethical or unethical practices of Autism in order to gain a better understanding

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    Running head: APPLYING ETHICAL FRAMEWORK IN PRACTICE Applying Ethical Framework in Practice Jaclyn Hughes Grand Canyon University: NRS-437V August 21, 2011 Applying Ethical Framework in Practice Patient confidentiality is one thing that cannot be breached nor as a patient that you would want to be breached. In this day and age as healthcare professionals it is a very fine line of what breaching confidentiality is. We all want to know that when we are sick and in the hospital, the one thing

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    Apple's Ethical Practices

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    Apple's Ethical, Social, and Environmental Standards and Practices Business ethics, social, and environmental guidelines frame the expectations of an organization's stakeholders including customers, employees, and regulatory bodies. An organization's ethical guidelines encompass how the organization and its employees embody ethical principles in their dealings, with each other, and other stakeholders. Therefore, Ferrell, Fraedrich, and Farrell (2008) have defined Business ethics as "The principles

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    Ethical Police Practices

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    It is my expectation going forward that the academy for state police recruits revise all training materials with the latest techniques and guidelines for ethical police practices. That the department will post expectations and consequences for any future instances of corrupt police behavior. That there are routine seminars available for officers to attend and regular company expectation modules that they should be required to complete with shows that they have been advised of what is expected of

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    Accounting and Ethical Practices A If management and the board of directors take appropriate remedial action, should Barber be required to report the matter outside the company?  Yes. This is because the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act makes American officials who are involved in the bribery illegal. Despite the fact that company is dealing with these challenges internally, it still must be reported. This will ensure that Barber is incompliance with these regulations through making the appropriate

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    Ethical Practices and Values

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    Muslims 220). Every interaction that a person has with one another has to do with ethics. Ethics are not subjected only to people, but each of the three monotheistic religions has their own view on ethics as well. I. Judaism: The religious and ethical aspects of the Jewish Sanctity of the Family. Judaism is a monotheistic religion in which the Jewish

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    Ethical Labor Practices

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    hazardous conditions, and pays only minimal or survival wages. I believe that the company did engage in unethical labor practices by utilizing sweatshop as no one should not be subjected to terrible working conditions. A person working in sweatshop are not forced to do so however they have no other alternative, profiting from another person’s poor opportunities is not ethical. One capitalizing on human misery in an effort to lessen prices really does not make the world a better place. A market in

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    excellent or poor in human actions is judging what we do and the consequences of what we do, bearing in mind the justification that might be given for our moral positions, for example, the carers in Rogers case. According to Fletcher et al ,(1995) says ‘ethical principles are fundamental moral rules that are used to justify actions'. There are decisions nurses create for individual cases whilst there are set of laws which state what can and cannot be done. These regulations are justified by general principles

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