Nursing: The Last Ethical Profession? Ethics and mHealth – Published.

It is well known that nurses are the most trusted professionals in the United States. Perhaps this is due to the immutable and fundamental nature of ethics in nursing. The complete LACK of ethics, respect, integrity and honesty in our political system presently, embodied by the person occupying the White House, is appalling. As nurses, we continue to fight the good fight in our jobs. But we must do more, we must # resist on every level.

I had the honor of having another article published in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics. The link is below. It deals with ethical design for mobile health applications. As nurses, we work to ensure that ethics permeate every aspect of our profession. Now it is time to ensure that this commitment extends to every aspect of our lives. The American Nurses Association offers any number of ways to be involved. Let’s do this… after all – #whatwouldflodo ?

 

Here’s the link to my most recent publication:

http://www.himss.org/library/using-classical-ethical-principles-guide-mhealth-design

 

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One thought on “Nursing: The Last Ethical Profession? Ethics and mHealth – Published.

  1. Kimberly Shea says:

    Isabel, I greatly enjoyed your article in OJNI. I also sent it to Dr. Effken and Dr. KNight. Where doyou plan to go with your model? Will you test the framework? I would love to talk more to you about your ideas.

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