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Last Updated on October 5, 2020 by admin
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Each person has an intrinsic value and inalienable right to life. From the moment of conception to natural death, each person has inherent dignity and a right to life consistent with that dignity. Equality of all persons comes from this inherent dignity. So no discrimination in social, economical, religious terms is permitted. This dignity is the base of the ethics in health care.
- Respecting human life
- Respecting each other
- Recognizing and acknowledging excellent efforts and accomplishments in academic, clinical and community settings
- Exhibiting consideration and understanding of each other’s personal backgrounds
- Maintain trust and right to privacy by keeping confidences and not passing along gossip
- Giving full attention to the provider of core activity without indulging in any other unrelated activities
- Giving preferential option for the poor.
- Respecting personal worth and dignity of every person we serve regardless of race, colour, religion and ability to pay
Whenever there is an occasion of a human relationship, there is an opportunity for integrity or lack thereof. In its most basic sense, integrity means to live out one’s life in private in the same way one lives (or talks about) one’s life in public. In an organization, integrity is lived when all the members of the organization lives according to the values of the organization, fulfilling its mission and fixing their eyes on its vision.
- Exhibiting accountability
- Making decisions based on the values enlisted in the value statement of the institution
- Committing to the truth
- Ensuring fair and equal access for all
- Remaining calm and professional during conflict, focusing on the issue in a constructive and timely manner
- Assuming responsibility for our own actions
- Taking responsibility for personal and professional growth
It is through communication we express what we are. Each moment of our communication is an occasion for us to represent our identity before our stakeholders. We are custodians of rich tradition and authentic human values and our words and deeds knowingly or unknowingly communicate what we represent.
- Communicating the identity of our institution
- Communicating truthfully with one another in a timely manner allowing for honest dialogue and feedback
- Expressing ourselves using thoughtful and considerate language, tone and behaviours
- Listening actively and respectfully to different viewpoints, remaining receptive to hearing differences in opinions and perspectives
- Staying prudent while using internet
- Conveying a positive and right image of Lisie college of nursing and other institutions forming part of the Lisie Medical and Educational Institutions
The Hebrew word for compassion is derived from the word womb, implying the need to feel for others because they are born of the same mother. God is that mother and we are all children of that womb and must accordingly feel with, and care for, each other as brothers and sisters. Compassion asserts that there is nothing more urgent than pain of another person because that other person is profoundly, intimately, deeply connected to us through our common incarnation.
- Providing caring response to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the people we serve
- Responding with empathy to the persons around us.
- Using gestures and words prudently to provide solace to the people around us.
Health resources are limited. So these resources must be developed prudently, maintained and shared in the best interest of the community as a whole and balanced with resources needed for other essential human services.
- Giving responsible stewardship of the financial, human and technological resources of the system
- Staying accountable to the authorities and stakeholders
- Staying aware that the available resources are limited and using them prudently
- Staying aware that we have a responsibility to the future generations regarding the resources
- Staying aware that we have responsibility to the nature, society and to ourselves
The value of excellence flows from the fact that our gifts come from God and are to be used in God’s service. Excellence in this sense covers all human endeavours, including research, process management, that is at the service of God and humankind. It allows no selfishness, mediocrity or laziness in the use of talents.
- Striving to attain higher standard
- Committing to quality in staffing, facilities, programmes and services
- Promoting continuous improvements
- Anticipating needs and responding accordingly
- Encouraging creativity and innovations
- Viewing setbacks as learning experiences
- Giving Leadership in the health field and in the communities we serve
- Committing to the research and scholarship that leads to the generation and dissemination of new knowledge and skills
- Teaching and Mentoring
- Providing mentoring to junior teachers by the seniors faculty
- Using the most innovative and effective pedagogies to facilitate students’ critical thinking, learning and skills, clinical and human alike.