The authors identified four ethical conflicts for the nurse managers. Identify two of these and explain the data which helped the authors to justify the particular theme. 3 Develop an action plan for nurse managers to potentially overcome both of the identified ethical conflicts.

Gaudine, A.P., & Beaton, M.R.(2002). Employed to go against one’s values: Nurse managers’ account of ethical conflict with their organizations. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(2),17-34.

1   Read the article and pay close attention to the development of themes as described by the authors

2  The authors identified four ethical conflicts for the nurse managers.  Identify two of these and explain the data which helped the authors to justify the particular theme.

3  Develop an action plan for nurse managers to potentially overcome both of the identified ethical conflicts.

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