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Nurs Sci Q. 2007 Jan;20(1):33-6.

Information and human freedom: nursing implications and ethical decision-making in the 21st century.

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  • 1California Baptist University, Riverside, California.

Abstract

With globalization and the increasing volume of healthcare information available to people, questions surface as nurses contemplate and envision what role and how our nursing theory-guided discipline ought to be lived with colleagues of other disciplines, each other, and those we serve in the 21(st) century. This column begins a path of ethical exploration and possible implications for the opportunities and challenges associated with the information age in nursing research, practice, and education. Discussion focuses on the disciplinary responsibilities for information giving and receiving; coming to know, human freedom, and decision-making in the human-universe-health process.

PMID:
17202511
DOI:
10.1177/0894318406296279
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