Ethical, unethical. Legal, illegal.

1-which of the aftercited behaviors may be (1) immaterial but unfair, (2) lawful but unethical, (3) unfair and unethical, and (4) lawful and immaterial.  A. Working in a clinic that performs abortions  b. Respecting the wishes of a client affliction from ALS that he be open to die after a while good-behavior and not placed on “breathing machines” c. Respecting the vigor surrogate’s wishes touching completion of morals assistance of her friend  d. Observing a coworker choose out two tablets of oxycodone as ordered for abstinence address for his unrepining but guardianship one for himself, administering singly one tablet to the unrepining.  2-differentiate incompact the aftercited: deontological theories, utilitarianism, and principlism.  3-what do you purpose environing vigor-care professionals disclosing instruction to clients environing a meagre prognosis, uniform though the instruction may principle cruel embarrass. 4-What do they purpose environing vigor-care professionals disclosing instruction to clients despite family wishes?  5. You see a assistant use another nurse’s password to arrival the medication government order and choose out a opiate. What would you do?  6.Your assistant’s child prostrate and was brought to the strait branch. She comes end up to the part and judges you that they cleaned and debrided the pain, and she needs to veer the dressings twice a day using a wet to dry manner. You see her go into the provide order and suppress the dressings and eminent using a unrepining’s identification sum. What would you do? 7. You are caring for a unrepining who has a ultimate indisposition. He asks you if he is death. Would you judge him? If yes, how? If no, what force you say?  8-You are administering hydromorphone to a unrepining. The unrepining asks you what you are administering. Would you judge the unrepining environing the medication? Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management 6th Edition Sally A. Weiss  MSN, EdD, RN, CNE, ANEFRuth M. Tappen  EdD, RN, FAAN ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-3663-7