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Applying Ethical PrinciplesName HereCapella UniversityNHS-4000: Developing A Health Care PerspectiveTyra OusleyJanuary 15, 2022
Applying Ethical PrinciplesNursing has many specialties that vary greatly in range.However, nurses share a commonspecialty; their nursing code of ethics.The main principles of the nursing code of ethics areautonomy, beneficence, justice, and non-maleficence.Nursing has long been recognized as themost ethical and honest profession.Ethical values are essential for any nurse to advocate anddeliver adequate patient care.Overview of Case studyIn the case study, "To Vaccinate or Not," Jenna and Chris are new parents to five-day-old Anna.Since delivery, both parents have decided to raise Anna as naturally as possible.This includesbreastfeeding for the first six months, pureeing organic foods, and not vaccinating Anna.The main reason Anna's parents decided not to vaccinate her was due to their researchfindings.According to mommy blogs they read online, vaccines are linked to autism.AlthoughDr. Kerr agrees that there has been more controversy surrounding vaccines, she still recommendsthem.She goes into detail as to why vaccines are essential and highly recommended.She listsseveral points, such as decreased incidence of infection, reduced mortality in children, and mostimportantly, millions of lives saved.Dr. Kerrgoes on to say that not being vaccinated has beenassociated with epidemics such as the recent measles outbreak.Dr. Kerr informs Ana's parents of the VARES program, which stands for Vaccine AdverseReporting System.FDA regulated VARES, monitors adverse reactions related to vaccines, andoffers transparency by offering accessibility to the public.The program encourages health careproviders and the public to report any adverse reactions from vaccines to better help with theirsafety.In addition, Dr. Kerr promotes vaccinations, as there is no correlation between vaccinesand autism.

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