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When professionals work together to solve ethical dilemmas, nurses must examine their own values. What is the best rationale for this step?
 
  a. So fact is separated from opinion
  b. So different perspectives are respected
  c. So judgmental attitudes can be provoked
  d. So the group identifies the one correct solution
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ANS: B
Values are personal beliefs that influence behavior. To negotiate differences of value, it is important to be clear about your own values: what you value, why, and how you respect your own values even as you try to respect those of others whose values differ from yours. Ethical dilemmas are a problem in that no one right solution exists. It is not to separate fact from opinion. Judgmental attitudes are not to be used, much less provoked.
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