What Are the Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing?

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The Ethical Dilemma in Nursing exists when a difficult problem seems to have no satisfactory solution or when all solutions to a problem appear to be equally favorable. An article about this is a situation in caring for an AIDS patient. The nurse might experience a conflict between being loyal to the patient and society and the issue of confidentiality and warning those at risk.
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An ethical dilemma in nursing occurs when a nurse is in a situation that involves a conflict between two contradictory principles or values. In an ethical dilemma, moral principles
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