Do health care workers have the right to conscientiously object to providing care if it varies from their own personal moral and ethical belief system?

Conscientious Objection and Patient Rights

What happens when a patient’s wishes contradict the beliefs of a health care workers?

To prepare for this Discussion, consider this week’s Learning Resources regarding conscientious objection and patient rights.

By Thursday November 17, post a 400 word comprehensive responsive response to the following:

• Do health care workers have the right to conscientiously object to providing care if it varies from their own personal moral and ethical belief system? Please explain by providing an example.

•How would you apply the four ethical principles to your example?

• How might your answer differ based on your chosen profession in health care?

Support your work with proper APA citations from the Learning Resources and any other sources.

 

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