Ethics are fundamental to nursing. All nurses have the duty to treat patients with dignity, while protecting the person’s personality and privacy. Nursing’s ethics include age, ethnicity, economic status, citizenship. Reasonable and equal treatment is considered in relation to disability and sexual orientation. They also need to be concerned with their religious, religious, language, lifestyle and literacy levels. And it is important to listen to the patients’ concerns. It is important to create a trust and a mature, interactive environment between nurses and health professionals.
The nurses work with themselves and other health professionals. Nursing, colleagues and doctors are very important to provide a good health service. Nurses are advised on the basis of the advice of doctors and use their judgment whenever necessary.