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What are the most important values one can take from nursing into their own lives? #Spring23

What are the core values as a nurse? How do those values play a role in furthering yourself as a human being? Are there any practices or procedures in nursing or the Healthcare system that we can translate into our daily lifestyle?

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Kathleen’s Answer

I found that the most important values are honesty, compassion and respect for everyone who I treated. The way I have treated myself and others in my life. When I was taking care of my father I would remember he was not just my dad but also a patient. I still showed him the honesty, respect, compassion and love that I have been giving to everyone. He was greatful that I treated him like everyone else.
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Becky’s Answer

This is a great question. Kudos to you for asking it, very thought provoking.

The two core values of nursing that I bring into my own personal life is human dignity and social justice. As a nurse practitioner working with patients with serious illness, I am constantly working on advocating for my patients, and providing support in every aspect of their care.

In times when I am struggling with personal decisions, I go back to these core values and I try to integrate them in my own decision making.

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Ann’s Answer

Traditionally, nursing has always been regarded as the profession demanding the most integrity. It demands accountability, collaboration, and the ability to advocate for your patients.

I bring these into my personal life and in my volunteer activities. I don't know, however, that I took these things from nursing, rather, I was already an advocate for the weak, I was already a person of honesty, integrity and accountability, so I was already the kind of person who would be attracted to nursing.
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Dr Sire Ajay’s Answer

Hi thanks thats a wonderful question about core values a nurse should have and they are:
Integrity, compassion, ethics, accountability, human dignity, altruism, curiosity, courage, autonomy, critical thinking, learning, competence, loyalty, accuracy and precision, caring, social justice, empathy etc.,
Practice these values mentioned above to become a super successful nurse.
Please see links below:
https://www.medicalstaffing.co.uk/blog/2022/02/6-core-values-of-nursing?source=google.com
https://bmcnurs.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12912-019-0351-1
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15682160/
Kindly go thorugh these links.
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