The ICN code for nurses in research, states that nurses as practitioners may be called upon to witness that informed and voluntary consent has been obtained from the subjects of research. Experimental procedures. Persons with diminished autonomy are also more vulnerable to invasion of privacy, since their right to privacy is limited in contrast to other's right to know.
Nursing Science Quarterly, ;4: 2 Mckenna G. This is the most common way of defining "ethics": norms for conduct that distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable behavior. The purpose of a clinical research is to systematically collect and analyse data from which conclusions are drawn, that may be generalisable, so as to improve the clinical practice and benefit patients in future. While an economist might examine the cost and benefits of various policies related to global warming, an environmental ethicist could examine the ethical values and principles at stake. He also declares that nursing, not as a biomedical branch, but as a science and art of caring, is able to start the redefinition of research in health care which was in the recent history dominated by the biomedical "paradigm". The criticism and uncertainties that arise, should be rather encouraged than suppressed in nursing education.
Method and material: Using the Medline and the Nursing Cinahl data base, the most important ethical issues which appear in bibliography, will be addressed. Visit for more related articles at Health Science Journal Abstract Background: Research ethics involve requirements on daily work, the protection of dignity of subjects and the publication of the information in the research. Do not conduct unnecessary or poorly designed animal experiments. Institutional approval was least likely to be reported in papers that were sole-authored 9. Additionally, the long tedious processes of review may hinder researchers and investigators who are eager to collect data in a timely manner, particularly in such contexts of wars and uncertainties where prompt humanitarian or emergency response is much needed. Mitchell G.
The human act of caring. Consequently, nurses may feel that their patients are vulnerable and exposed and that they can not prevent it because they do not have a voice or power to resist.