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  • Caring is viewed as the essence of nursing
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  • Accounting theory and practice the ethical dimension
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  • Moral character viewpoints
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  • Assertion of indian values and ethos
    ASSERTION OF INDIAN ETHOS AND VALUES “Certainly we should take care not to make intellect our God. Intellect has, of course, powerful muscles but no personality. It cannot lead. It can only serve. It is not fastidious about its choice of leaders (Mind or Soul). The intellect has a sharp eye for
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  • Univeral values in international trade
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  • Principles in nursing ethics
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  • Annotations on nursing theories
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  • Effectiveness of 5’cs & therapeutic caring model rendered by public health nurses: an assessment for nursing care model
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  • Values of servant leadership
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  • A study to assess the knowledge level of the patient student nurse regarding post operative care & to improve knowledge & practice in hamidiya hospital year - 2010
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  • Evolution of japanese values after 1945
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  • Values in tension
    R L D V I E W when is different just different, and when is different wrong} ple in Denmark or Singapore who refuse to offer or accept bribes. Likewise, if Belgians fail to find insider trading morally repugnant, who cares? Not enforcing insider-trading laws is no more or less ethical than en
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  • Teenage sexuality and media practice
    Teenage Sexuality and Media Practice: Factoring in the Influences of Family, Friends, and School Author(s): Jeanne Rogge Steele Source: The Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 36, No. 4 (Nov., 1999), pp. 331-341 Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3813717 . Accesse
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  • Defining the nursing profession
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  • Professional values and ethics
    Professional values and ethics are important factors within a business. Permissible to run a successful company each individual has to follow the same values and ethics. Values are defined as relative worth, merit, or importance (www.dictionary.com). Values are the embodiment of what a company stand
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  • The changing image of australian nursing
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  • Theoretical foundations of nursing
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  • Collaborative practice
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  • Competency level of the faculty and performance of the nursing students in the enhancement program: basis for program upgrading
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