personal autonomy

personal autonomy

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the personal actions of a competent individual to exercise governance in life decisions. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Contract Awarded for Select a series of entities to provide services to implement a program of personal autonomy to support and guide those who are in foster care (residential or family) reach adulthood, Lack family support and need time to strengthen knowledge or personal skills and achieve a full social insertion facilitating support in transition to adult life
It really comes down to personal autonomy and being able to choose the way you interact with your bank depending on the situation at hand.
Scholars of philosophy explore such arguments in moral theory, covering reflexions on the general structure and problems of transcendental arguments; uses and discussions of transcendental reasoning based on the self-reflective structure of personal autonomy, rational agency, or human self-understanding; and transcendental reasoning inspired by pragmatism, linguistics, and theories of intersubjectivity.
While the judgment is not perfect, the judge's primary reasoning protects the child's best interests and his right to personal autonomy.
While assailed repeatedly in the decades since, and at times reviewed and subjected to revision, this essential sphere of personal autonomy has stood the test of time.
Personal Freedom" is described as the answer to the following question: "Does freedom of expression, belief, association, and personal autonomy promote higher income and wellbeing?
Instead he focused on principles of liberty, including the right to personal autonomy and intimate association with others, in determining that the government must treat these relationships the same as it treats heterosexual relationships.
He rightly highlights the significance of Enlightenment commitments to personal autonomy, privatization, and individualism--which some would attribute to a Reformation lineage in Western culture--as formative to understanding the intersections of medicine and religion within the US context.
Yes, society should be run along moral lines of respect for everyone's personal autonomy and needs above that of grasping greed and power and the misery that the current system inflicts on so many.
A broad streak of Paul-style libertarianism runs through not only the Republican Party but through the American mind, characterized by a distrust of authority and a respect for personal autonomy.
Within liberalism, the author aligns himself with the stream of liberal thought that emphasizes the value of personal autonomy rather than tolerating practices that constrict personal autonomy, such as withholding education from women.
Through the vision of the writers she discusses, Lake uncovers a deep critique of the ascendancy of personal autonomy as America's most cherished value.

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