Conclusion

The last two decades of the twentieth century have seen a significant, worldwide resurgence and expansion of nursing ethics education activities and programs. These efforts have varied greatly. Many serious challenges remain for the twenty-first century, including a lack of formal ethics teaching in many programs, inadequate resources such as prepared nursing faculty to teach ethics, and the need for evaluation of the impact of existing nursing ethics education courses and programs on nursing practice.

MILA A. AROSKAR ANNE J. DAVIS (1 995) REVISED BY THERESA DROUGHT ANNE J. DAVIS

SEE ALSO: Bioethics; Literature and Bioethics; Narrative;

Nursing Ethics; Nursing, Profession of; Nursing, Theories and Philosophy of; Sexism; Teams, Healthcare; Women as Health Professionals; and other Bioethics Education subentries

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