RNBS 4234 Issues in Professional Practice

This course for the registered nurse (RN) synthesizes ethical/legal concepts required for examination of sound decision making in clinical practice and legal responsibility. The focus is on value clarification, application of ethical theory, ethical decision-making models, and professional ethical standards. Emphasis is on ethical obligations of professional nurses in their roles as citizens, members of a profession, providers of care, and designers and managers of care.


Successful completion of RNBS 3303, RNBS 3312, RNBS 3415, RNBS 4312, RNBS 3333, and RNBS 4631 for the RN. Special permission required from the School of Nursing to take out of sequence


Online sections of this course will have a fee of $14.00 per credit hour.