This book Guide to Nursing’s Social Policy Statement is written by Marsha Diane Mary Fowler. Nursing is often called a helping profession: the Nursing Social Policy Statement discusses the many ways nursing helps others. It is about the social contract relationship between the nursing profession and society and their reciprocal expectations. This arrangement empowers the nurse as a professional to meet the needs involved in care, the health of patients and clients, and the health of society. Helps nurses participate in political and legislative action that supports nursing education, research, and practice to better influence health and care; and understand social ethics and justice that affect global and individual health.
The Nursing Social Policy Statement (NSPS) is a document that articulates the parameters of the relationship between the nursing profession and society. It forms and frames both the basis for nursing participation in care practices and the way society approaches health and health policy. It is not about the nurse-patient relationship, but about nursing as an entity within society, and how that relationship should be understood, developed and lived by the profession as a whole.
|Book Name||Guide to Nursing’s Social Policy Statement|
|Author of Book||Marsha Diane Mary Fowler|
Overview of (Guide to Nursing’s Social Policy Statement)
The new Nursing Social Policy Statement Guide breaks it down for the 21st century nurse: Social contract in theory and practice The nursing social contract itself and its 16 distinctive elements Nursing and the common good and what constitutes the common good today Citizenship, civic engagement, and civic engagement professionalism of nurses The professions and what they are, how they can be broken and fixed, and nursing as a profession The interaction of the Code of Ethics for Nurses with the Interpretive Statements and the Nursing Covenant Social Policy Statement social nursing (by which nursing goes beyond its contract) Involvement of nurses in global and public health Suitable for courses and professional development activities in curriculum, ethics, leadership, research and development development of nursing roles, the Nursing Social Policy Statement Guide clarifies the concepts fundamentals of the relationship between nursing society, the breadth of ways in which nurses can pursue their passion for the profession, a vision for the social evolution of nursing, and much more!
- The social contract in theory and practice.
- The social contract of nursing and its 16 differentiated elements.
- Nursing and the common good, and what constitutes the common good today.
- Citizenship, civic engagement, and civic professionalism of nurses.
- Professions: what they are, how they can be broken and repaired, and nursing as a profession.
- The interaction of the Code of Ethics for Nurses with the Interpretive Statements and the Nursing Social Policy Statement.
- The nursing social contract (by which nursing goes beyond its social contract).
- The participation of nursing in public and world health.
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