Analyze the ethical incident using the four principles of ethical decision making (beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice and autonomy).

Instructions for Final Project
Preparation of the Presentation
1. Find an article that discusses an ethical incident involving a nurse. The article must be about an RN. http://www.nursinglaw.com/

2. Identify the pros and cons of the ethical incident or what the opponents or proponents have to say about the incident and why.

3. Apply the ABCDE model of the decision making process to the ethical issue.

4. Analyze the ethical incident using the four principles of ethical decision making (beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice and autonomy). Figure out which of the four principles comes to bear as primary of the situation. Rank the order of the remaining 3 principles and explain your reasoning for the order. Present the analysis, evaluation, and explanation of each the principles and how they relate to the case.

5. Discuss the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics and how those provisions relate to this case.

6. Find 2 Evidenced-based Practice articles that are relevant to the article and incorporate these in your presentation and be sure to cite your references.

7. Conclusion- what happened to the nurse in this incident.

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