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Organ Procurement by Robert C. Taukas, RN, BSN, CPTC
Organ Procurement Coordinator for the University of Miami presented a workshop on Organ Procurement at the Medical Campus. This workshop was held in conjunction with Student Life, the Institute for Ethics in Health Care and College Training and Development. more
Nursing Value: Connectedness by Carol Petrozella, RN EdD
Through the Community Health Nursing Course students begin to appreciate how nursing as a profession and nurses as individuals are connected to the community in which they serve. They begin to understand the values of nursing as stated in the Code of Ethics for Nurses and how these values direct their service. more
"Moral Authority by Cynthia Saver, RN, MS Nursing Spectrum website dated June 1, 2004
Nurses Rank No. 2 in Gallup "Honesty and Ethics" Poll
The nation's nurses rank second for their honesty and integrity, with 84 percent of Americans rating them "high" or "very high," according to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll.
University at Sea
Continuing Education course for contact hours are  provided by the University of South Florida College aboard a Holland America Cruise.
MANA Midwives Alliance of North America
Click on MANA info. then click on to essential documents; go to MANA Statement on values and Ethics and Position Statements.
"Bioethics: Strengthening Nursing's Role," by Maureen Habel, MA, RD(from Nurseweek)
From Online Journal of Issues in Nursing:
NSNA
University of Miami and Virginia
DIALOGUES IN RESEARCH ETHICS
Dialogues in Research Ethics is a series of monthly conferences.
For more information, phone 305-243-5723, write to Campus Box  M-825 or send E-mail to ethics@miami.edu
Where have all the organs gone? New federal guidelines for donated organs. 
by Jeffrey P. Kahn, Ph.D., M.P.H. Director, Center for Bioethics University of Minnesota
NSNA Weekly Chat Session for
Nurses - Tuesday Evenings 8 PM EST
Students- Tuesday Evenings 9 PM EST
Bioethics: Impact On Your Practice as a Healthcare Professional Dr. Katie Callahan gave a comprehensive workshop, at  Miami-Dade Community College, on  understanding the standards and principles of modern bioethics.  Case studies were discussed and are presented on this website for your review.
Bioethics for Nursing Professionals
Changes in the health care delivery system, advances in technology and the competing demands of various demographic groups are causing conflicts in which nurses can become enmeshed. Learn about situations in which these conflicts have occurred, how to analyze ethical conflicts and how to resolve them in a manner consistent with your principles and the wishes of your patient.
The Center for Ethics and Human Rights of the American Nurses Association has launched "Issues Update," their new online newsletter. There is no charge. The first issue addresses important topics that directly impact staff nurses the changing face of healthcare resulting from the proliferation of genetic information and the challenges posed by relieving pain at the end of life. There is also a case study you can view.
 
 
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