Compare two ethical principles that apply to ethical decision-making and how each one fits your own personal belief system
Discussion: Autonomy and Fidelity
Compare two ethical principles that apply to ethical decision-making and how each one fits your own personal belief system and the role of the advanced practice nurse.
1. Please compare between Autonomy and Fidelity
2. Use peer reviewed nursing articles that are less than 5 years, I have attached one for you.
3. Please give 3 references
4. Needs to be 2 pages
Additional information from the Prof
Select two ethical principles that apply to ethical decision-making and briefly define them.
2.Compare the two ethical principles that apply to ethical decision-making (Whenever instructions ask you to “compare” one thing to something else, you are being asked to “compare and contrast” two different things. For instance, apples and oranges are both fruit and are both sweet when you eat them. However oranges have a thick skin while apples have a thin eatable skin. Oranges have segments. In contrast, apples, if pealed, do not have discernable segments.)
3.Explain how each of the two ethical principles you have selected fits your own personal belief system
4.Explain how each of the ethical principles you selected fits the role of the advanced practice nurse.
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