EXCELSIOR – NUR513 Honoring Ethical Principles in Translation and Generation of Research
DQ1 Honoring Ethical Principles in Translation and Generation of Research
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This activity will address the following module outcomes:
MO1: Identify ethical implications that may arise in the translation and generation of evidence. (EPSLO 2, SLO 5)
MO 2: Examine nursing’s historical involvement in research and the nurses’ role today. (EPSLO 6, SLO 3).
MO 4: Analyze social, cultural, and political factors that may impact ethical research practice. (EPSLO 2, SLO 5).
Based on your learning activities, respond to the following prompts:
Choose one of the Composite Case Studies presented by Ong- Flaherty, et al., (2016) that resonates most with you.
Identify which of the Fifteen Ethical Principles of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights were violated in the case (These principles are on p. 682 in Melnyk & Fineout).
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Examine the cultural considerations embedded in the case.
How can this case be used to inform future practice?
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