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Part 2: minimum 1 page
Part 3: Minimum 1 page
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Part 1: Assessment and evaluation in nursing
Protecting human research participants is of utmost importance. Even though your change project will not be implemented in the field and you will not be engaging with human subjects in this context, it is still critical that all healthcare professionals have a solid foundation in patient rights and protections within the realm of research.
It is essential that all healthcare professionals, whether or not they are currently involved in research studies, remain aware of regulatory policies and updates such as the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, or Common Rule, that will take effect January 2019.
1. Reflect on what you learned from the NIH materials about protecting the rights of human research participants.
Discuss the following in your paper:
2. Describe the circumstances that influenced the need for a policy to protect human research subjects. Give examples of specific ways human research subjects can be harmed by researchers.
3. Identify three vulnerable populations and the special restrictions associated with human research among these groups. Evaluate the requirements and restrictions. Do you think they are adequate? Why or why not?
4. The Belmont Report summarizes the ethical principles and guidelines for research involving human subjects. Three core principles are identified: respect for persons, beneficence, and justice. Even though these principles are considered equal, prioritize them in order of importance to you. Explain your decisions.
Part 2: Ethical
1. Describe an organizational environment that would facilitate the ethical practice of nurses caring for chronically ill patients.
As you read about patient rights
2. Describe one patient right that is often not fully implemented in the patient care environment.
3. Identify specific strategies to help ensure that this right is supported within the patient care environment.
4. Explain how the registered nurse can assist in protecting patient rights.
Part 3: Ethical
1. Discuss the elements of informed consent and provide a clinical example about what can happen when some elements are not adhered to.
Part 4: Ethical
Choose a patient-care situation in which the RN should intervene and advocate for the patient.
An example of such a situation might be when a patient has not been given complete informed consent.
Include the following in your paper:
1. Describe the clinical situation concisely and descriptively. It can be an actual situation or a hypothetical one.
2. Apply the Bioethical Decision Making Model to the specific clinical ethical situation that you choose. Address each section of the model in your paper.
3. Conclude with a discussion of nursing advocacy in the clinical setting and the nurse’s role as a patient advocate.