Section I What is the Nature of a Profession and Nurse Professionals?
Chapter 1 Professionalism in Nursing: An Overview
Chapter 2 The Crisis in Professionalism and Professional Education
Chapter 3 Roots and Branches of Professionalism
Section II Is it Possible to Synthesize an Inclusive Ethical Framework for Nurse Professionals?
Chapter 4 The Place of Virtue Ethics within Nursing
Chapter 5 A Framework for Nurse Professionals
Section III How Can Professionalism and Ethics Be Taught?
Chapter 6 Learning a Profession: Considerations and Strategies
Chapter 7 Measuring Professionalism
Chapter 8 Virtues Significant in Nursing
Chapter 9 Toward the Making of Future Generations of Nurse Professionals
Nancy Crigger, PhD, MA, ARNP, BC-Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri
Nancy Crigger is a teacher, nurse ethicist, researcher, and advanced practitioner who has published extensively in the area of ethics through her nursing career.
Nelda Godfrey, PhD, ACNS-BC-Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Clinical Associate Professor, University of Kansas School of Nursing, Kansas City, Kansas
Nelda S. Godfrey is a teacher, nurse ethicist, administrator and researcher who teaches and writes about organizational leadership and ethics with graduate and undergraduate students.