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Nursing Ethics: Strategies to Resolve the Top Ethical Dilemmas Nurses Face (Free)

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Online CE Expiration: 12/31/2021
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As health care becomes more complex, nurses and other health care providers face increasingly challenging situations. Join this webinar to explore the top ethical dilemmas nurses face. Discover practical solutions and learn how to advocate for yourself, your patients and families.

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Nursing Ethics: Strategies to Resolve the Top Ethical Dilemmas Nurses Face (Free)

 

Overview

As health care becomes more complex, nurses and other health care providers face increasingly challenging situations. Join this webinar to explore the top ethical dilemmas nurses face. Discover practical solutions and learn how to advocate for yourself, your patients and families.

 

Key Learning Outcomes

After attending, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the most common ethical dilemmas in nursing practice.
  2. Through case scenarios utilize strategies to resolve ethical dilemmas.

 

Presented by:

Lucia Wocial, PhD, RN, FAAN
Dr. Wocial has been a registered nurse since 1985. She practiced in neonatal intensive care for more than 20 years both as a staff nurse and a certified clinical nurse specialist. Her current clinical practice is ethics. She is currently the nurse ethicist and program leader in Nursing Ethics for the Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics (FCME) at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has led the Unit Based Ethics Conversation (UBEC) program through FCME for the past ten years. She is a faculty mentor for the clinical ethics fellowship at FCME. She co-chairs the ethics consultation service sub-committee and is an active member of the ethics consultation service at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis. She served on the ANA task force that revised the Code of Ethics for Nurses in 2015. Her current research focuses on moral distress of professional caregivers, with a particular interest on clinicians who practice in the in-patient setting. She is the project director for the Woltman Inter-professional Communication Project with the Indiana University School of Nursing where she is an adjunct assistant professor and she is a “Vital Talk” trained facilitator.
Dr. Wocial has expertise in ethics and in difficult communication that takes place in the ICU setting, particularly around surrogate decision making. She brings expertise in the practice of nursing with a focus on ethical and communication aspects of caring for patients in the context of their families.

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