CAN For Nuring


CAN for Nursing
Health and well being:
Nurses value health and well being and assist persons to achieve their optimum level of health situations of normal health, illness, or in the process of dying.
Nurses respect and promote autonomy of clients and help them to express their health needs and values, and to obtain appropriate information and services.
Nurses value and advocate the dignity and self respect of human beings.
Nurses safeguard the trust of clients that information learned in the context of a professional relationship is shared outside the health care team only with the client's permission or as legally required.
Nurses apply and promote principles of equity and fairness to assist clients in receiving unbiased treatment and a share of health services and resources proportionate to their needs.
Nurses act in a manner consistent with their professional responsibilities and standards of practice.
Practice environment conducive to safe, competent, and ethical care:
Nurse advocate practice environments that have the organizational and human support systems, and the resource allocations necessary for safe, competent, and ethical nursing care.
Code of professional Conduct for Nurses in India
1.       Professional Responsibility and accountability
·         Appreciates sense of self-worth and nurtures it
·         Maintains standards of personal conduct reflecting credit upon the profession
·         Carries out responsibilities within the framework of the professional boundaries
·         Is accountable for maintaining practice standards set by Indian Nursing Council
·         Is accountable for own decisions and actions
·         Is compassionate
·         Is responsible for continuous improvement of current practice
·         Provides adequate information to individuals that allows them informed choices
·         Practices healthful behavior
2.       Nursing practice
·         Provides care in accordance with set standards of practice
·         Treats all individuals and families with human dignity in providing physical, psychological, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of care
·         Respects individuals and families in the context of traditional and cultural practices, promoting healthy practices and discouraging harmful practices.
·         Presents realistic picture truthfully in all situations for facilitating autonomous decision making by individuals and families.
·         Promotes participation of individuals and significant others in the care.
·         Ensures safe practice
·         Consults, coordinates, collaborates and follows up appropriately when individuals' care needs exceed the nurse's competence.
3.       Communication and Interpersonal Relationships
·         Establishes and maintains effective interpersonal relationships with individuals, families and communities.
·         Upholds the dignity of team members and maintains effective interpersonal relationships with them.
·         Appreciates and nurtures professional role of team members.
·         Cooperates with other health professionals to meet the needs of the individuals, families and communities.
4.       Valuing Human Being
·         Takes appropriate action to protect individuals from harmful unethical practice
·         Considers relevant facts while taking conscience decisions in the best interest of individuals
·         Valuing Human Being
·         Encourages and supports individuals in their right to speak for themselves on issues affecting their health and welfare
·         Respects and supports choices made by individuals.
5.       Management
·         Ensures appropriate allocation and utilization of available resources
·         Participates in supervision and education of students and other formal care providers
·         Uses judgment in relation to individual competence while accepting and delegating responsibility
·         Facilities conducive work culture in order to achieve institutional objectives.
·         Communicates effectively following appropriate channels of communication
·         Participates in performance appraisal
·         Participates in evaluation of nursing services
·         Participates in policy decisions, following the principle of equity, and accessibility of services
·         Works with individuals to identify their needs and sensitizes policy makers and funding agencies for resource allocation
6.       Professional Advancement
·         Ensures the protection of the human rights while pursuing the advancement of knowledge.
·         Contributes to the development of nursing practice
·         Participates in determining and implementing quality care
·         Takes responsibility for updating own knowledge and competencies

·         Contributes to care of professional knowledge by conducting and participating in research.



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