Nursing is a healthcare profession that offers basic, secondary, and tertiary care to patients. Some of the most important nursing ideas include justice, beneficence, nonmaleficence, responsibility, faithfulness, and honesty. Justice is nothing more than impartiality for all patients. Beneficence and nonmaleficence will get along just fine. The desire or capacity to explain or defend one's decisions, intentions, and actions to stakeholders is referred to as accountability. Fidelity is defined as a promise to follow through on big promises.

Nursing Concept
• Nursing Principal
• Nursing Ethics

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