RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION POST IN YOUR OWN WORDS & STATE WHETHER OR NOT YOU AGREE WITH THEM AND WHY?1. I think there are different ethical competencies that I could employ when trying to establish a genuine and ethical relationship with Ms. Mason. There are 13 competencies that are introduced in the text and are divided into three different categories. The categories are moral integrity, communication, and concern. (Butts & Rich, 2016, p. 81-82).

RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION POST IN YOUR OWN WORDS & STATE WHETHER OR NOT YOU AGREE WITH THEM AND WHY?1. I think there are different ethical competencies that I could employ when trying to establish a genuine and ethical relationship with Ms. Mason. There are 13 competencies that are introduced in the text and are divided into three different categories. The categories are moral integrity, communication, and concern. (Butts & Rich, 2016, p. 81-82).

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1. I think there are different ethical competencies that I could employ when trying to establish a genuine and ethical relationship with Ms. Mason. There are 13 competencies that are introduced in the text and are divided into three different categories. The categories are moral integrity, communication, and concern. (Butts & Rich, 2016, p. 81-82).

Moral integrity is a very important aspect of nursing ethics. When speaking with Ms. Mason I would be honest and use my own judgement on what is right and wrong to say to her. If I was pro choice or pro life in this scenario it would be unethical to persuade Ms. Mason to what I believe, or not inform her of other possible options. An aspect of moral integrity is truth telling, “…nurses should not intentionally deceive or mislead patients.” (Butts & Rich, 2016, p. 115). This shows that even if my own personal values are different, I should not deceive the patient in any way.

Next, I would employ ethical communication skills that will benefit Ms. Mason as well as her family. Mindfulness is a large part of communication between nurses and their patients, it involves being present, engaged, and attentive to what is going on (Butts & Rich, 2016, p. 93). If I was mindless while the physician explained the options to Ms. Mason I would not be able to accurately judge how Ms. Mason is feeling about the options and I would also not be an effective listener. Effective listening means that me and Ms. Mason would talk about the options and I would use nonverbal cues, such as nodding, to let her know that I am listening and absorbing the information. Effective listening is very important in this relationship because it would allow me to really tone in and focus on what Ms. Mason is saying and trying to convey, and then responding with a clarification of her intentions or repeating it in my own words. I think this also lets Ms. Mason know that I do care and am listening and want to give the best support that I can and the way I communicate can show a lot by this. Personally, I think communication is one of the most important aspect in creating this relationship with Ms. Mason.

Last, I would also act and show concern for Ms. Mason which can provide a safe feeling. Advocating for Ms. Mason and her interests is a very important aspect of the care she is receiving. Protecting her autonomy can show Ms. Mason my care as well.

Sources

Butts, J. B., & Rich, K. L. (2016). Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice (Fourth ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning

2. The Masons are in the process of what is one of the most important decisions they will ever make. That being said, as a nurse I would exercise the ethical competencies of truthfulness and truthtelling as well as communication through effective listening. There is no right or wrong way to process all the information the Masons have been given and they are looking to me as a nurse to help them through this decision making process by giving them all the necessary information.

Truthtelling is so important as a nurse. Your patients come to you at their most vulnerable state for guidance. “Nurses are usually ethically obligated to tell the truth and are noT intentionally to deceive or mislead patients” (Butts & Rich, 2016, pg. 85). It is important for me to be truthful with Ms. Mason through her decision making process. If I were to deceive her it could lead to the wrong decision for her and her unborn child.

Also, in this situation communication is very important. A good way for good communication is through effective listening. Ms. Mason is going to have questions, concerns, etc. and it is up to me to listen to these things effectively so I can respond appropriately. As a nurse it is up to me to have open communication and listen effectively so when she makes her decision she has no reservations.

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