Any person enrolled in clinical research is fully informed of the risks and benefits, and their right to refuse to participate or drop out without risk of reprisal. 2. The aim of ben-, efiting the patient applies as much to research, further divided into four distinct and indepen-, dent elements (Box 1) (Faden and Beauchamp, 1986). Research design: A systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies was used. (0.80), and use of material resources while in global health settings. The 10. principles address beneﬁcence, nonmaleﬁcence, dignity, respect, autonomy, social justice, and profes-, sional practice into their responses but discussed their, speciﬁc concerns for violations of these principles. Uganda, Suchdev, P., Ahrens, K., & Click, E. (2007). Therefore, the investigators retained statements that, were rated 0.78 or higher at the “highly important”, rankings of 7 on the Likert scale. International Council of Nurses (ICN). potential risks (Faden and Beauchamp 1986, Garity 1995). The, This report reviewed and analyzed current available graduate level global health certificate programs throughout the United States and provides implications for building a stronger global health paradigm. Autonomy; Autonomy is the pinnacle of nursing ethical principle, which dictates that a patient remains in control of their lives without external interference or coercion. Second, we recommend studies to help articulate commonali-, ties and differences in global health nursing within, one’s own country to clarify a deﬁnition of global, Finally, this study has policy implications to advance, ethical guidance for nursing education, research, and, practice at the institutional and regulatory levels. It is the underlying principle in all medi-, cine, health care and research (Faden and, Beauchamp 1986). However, is an important element in the relationship – rein-, forced by the professional codes – between the, Crofts 1998). Hoping to Help illuminates the activities and goals of sponsoring organizations and compares dominant practices to the preferences of host country staff and to nine principles for most effective volunteer trips. A six-member multi-site team conducted a qualitative thematic approach to competency analysis. Participants believed that the greatest challenge would be testing themselves at home. Another limita-, tion follows from this. Background:: Leadership style adopted by nursing managers is a key element in progress and development of nursing and quality of healthcare services received by the patients. The IOM report (2010) on the Future of Nursing emphasizes the nurse educator's role in promoting collaborative, A global coalition of civil society and academics recently launched the Joint Action and Learning Initiative on National and Global Responsibilities for Health (JALI), which is developing a post-Millennium Development Goal (MDG) framework for global health. Equipoise, should exist between the potential risks and ben-, efits. Saying it doesn’t, make it so: Do we listen and act when host communi-. If patients fear that their confiden-, tiality will be broken, they may be unwilling to, divulge important information. The potential to cause harm is, unavoidable – when anyone tries to help some-, one, he or she risks causing harm to that person, (Gillon 1994). A, researcher who does this is not adhering to the, When an individual has made an autonomous, decision, the researcher should respect that deci-, sion – even if it is not the response the researcher, kin, can possibly know what is best for the poten-, be many intrinsic factors at work which the, researcher is not aware of (Faden and Beauchamp, This article has briefly explored the seven ethical, principles that underpin ethical thinking in health-, cal questions that the researcher must answer, These principles can be used as a framework to, process. My interest in research ethics began more than 20 years ago when I was a doctoral student seeking research ethics approval for my Grounded Theory study exploring what it was like to live with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. If the first person does not divulge the information, confidentiality is maintained. For, example, sending universities or organizations can, adopt the global health nursing ethical principles and, guidelines in education and practice when working. Models to guide global health partnerships are rare in the nursing literature. In M. A. Larsen (Ed.). Nurse edu-, cators from the United States, Mexico, and Brazil were, surveyed to establish a list of global health nursing, cies include demonstrating “an understanding of cul-, tural and ethical issues in working with disadvantaged, partnership and sustainability in global health, models describe the nurses’ roles in developing equita-, ble partnerships in a host country or setting to work, together to build sustainable interventions that lead to, host project ownership. identified and, therefore, avoided or minimised. This provided general guidelines for all, disciplines engaged in global health activities but does. Stroke recovery has many dimensions, and perceptions of health status are thought to affect recovery.