To the President of International Non-Profit
Ethics Organization
Dengova Svetlana Nikolaevna

  

APPLICATION

I am desirous of becoming a Member of Department of professional ethics in culture International Non-Profit Ethics Organization.

  1. Full name
  2. Postal address
  3. Phone
  4. E-Mail
  5. I have read and accept Regulations on INPEO membership fees
  6. I have read and accept Charter of INPEO

Annex to application No. 1.

  

QUESTIONNAIRE

  1. Do you agree that the ethical basis of the professional activities of a nurse is humanity and mercy.
    AgreeDisagree
  2. Do you agree that the professional and ethical duty of a nurse is to provide, to the extent of her competence, emergency medical care to anyone who needs her?
    AgreeDisagree
  3. The nurse has a moral responsibility for his activities to the patient, colleagues and society.
    AgreeDisagree
  4. The nurse respects the inalienable rights of each person to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health and to receive adequate medical care.
    AgreeDisagree
  5. Continuous improvement of special knowledge and skills, raising their cultural level is the first professional duty of a nurse.
    AgreeDisagree
  6. The nurse is competent regarding the moral and legal rights of the patient.
    AgreeDisagree
  7. The nurse puts compassion and respect for the patient's life above all else.
    AgreeDisagree
  8. The nurse respects the patient's right to alleviate suffering to the extent that the current level of medical knowledge allows.
    AgreeDisagree
  9. The nurse has no right to contribute to the suicide of the patient.
    AgreeDisagree
  10. A nurse has the right to participate in torture, executions and other forms of cruel and inhuman treatment of people.
    AgreeDisagree
  11. The nurse is responsible, within its competence, for ensuring the rights of the patient, proclaimed by the World Medical Association, the World Health Organization.
    AgreeDisagree
  12. The nurse is ready to provide competent care to patients regardless of their age or gender, nature of the disease, racial or national origin,
    AgreeDisagree
  13. religious or political beliefs, social or material status, or other differences.
    AgreeDisagree
  14. In providing care, the nurse respects the patient’s right to participate in the planning and conduct of treatment.
    AgreeDisagree
  15. Manifestations of arrogance, neglect, or degrading treatment of the patient are acceptable.
    AgreeDisagree
  16. When determining the priority of providing medical care to several patients, the nurse is guided only by medical criteria, excluding any discrimination.
    AgreeDisagree
  17. A nurse has no right to violate the ancient ethical commandment of medicine "First of all - do no harm!"
    AgreeDisagree
  18. When providing medical care to incompetent patients, the nurse, as far as the condition of such patients allows, involves them in the decision-making process.
    AgreeDisagree
  19. Additional information