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  1. An Internal Morality of Nursing: What It Can and Cannot Do.Roger A. Newham - 2013 - Nursing Philosophy 14 (2):109-116.
    It has been claimed that there are certain acts that nurses as people practising nursing must never do because they are nurses and this is regardless of what the same agent should do; that certain actions are not part of proper nursing practice. The concept of an internal morality has been discussed in relation to medicine and has been used to ground the actions proper to medicine in a realist tradition. Although the concept of an internal morality of nursing is (...)
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