Compare the various types of program evaluation.
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Describe the health care beliefs of the Japanase and the Jewish culture and if there is any similarity in both cultures.
July 18, 2018

When  should a nurse question the actions of a doctor?  When  can a nursing license be suspended or revoked? 

When nurses  exceed their scope of practice,  they violate their nursing license and may be  performing tasks that  are reserved by statute for another healthcare  professional, such as a  physician (Fremgen, 2012). Due to the shortage of  nurses, their  responsibilities are ever increasing, which may lead to actions  that  result in malpractice. However, nurses have not generally been involved   in lawsuits for exceeding their scope of practice or violating their  license,  unless they also acted negligently (Fremgen, 2012).

Accordingly, by  using the Internet  resources, research your state’s nursing laws and  regulations. Based on  the knowledge gained from your readings, respond to the  following  questions with examples:

  • When  should a nurse question the actions of a doctor?
  • When  can a nursing license be suspended or revoked?

Justify your  answers with appropriate  research and reasoning by using examples and  references from textbooks,  the South University Online Library, and other  acceptable references.  Cite sources in the APA format. Further, comment on  the postings of at  least two peers.

Part II: Ethical Issues in Nursing

By using the  Internet and the South  University Online Library resources, review scholarly  articles and  respond to the following:

  • Identify  and describe at least three critical ethical issues affecting today’s nursing  professionals.
  • As  a health care professional, explain the ways you will address these issues.

Justify your  answers with appropriate  research and reasoning by using examples and  references from textbooks,  the South University Online Library, and other  acceptable references.  Cite sources in the APA format. Further, comment on  the postings of at  least two peers.

Source: 

Fremgen, B.  (2012). Medical law and ethics. (4th  ed.). Boston, MA: Prentice
Hall.

 

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