Scenario: Joan, a 25-year-old, was brought via ambulance to the emergency department after collapsing on the street. She was diagnosed with shock and a ruptured colon; the surgical team was alerted to the potential surgery. The physician prepared to obtain informed consent and began discussing the surgery and the treatment with the pa-tient. The RN was present at the bedside. The patient stated she did “not want any blood transfusion”. Based upon her beliefs as a Jehovah’s Witnesses, it is against her beliefs to receive blood. Joan is refusing to consent for surgery unless, the surgeon promises “no blood transfusions”. The RN believes the patient should accept the surgery and transfusion thinking “If it were me I would proceed with the surgery and treatments proposed by the surgeon.” The surgeon can be heard speaking to a fellow surgeon about how to go about changing the patient’s decision. Address the following: 1- State and discuss at least two legal and ethical considerations occurring in this sce-nario. 2- How can the RN support the patient’s decision when the beliefs of the patient are contrary to their own? 3- List three (3) interventions, with supporting rationales, the RN would perform to en-sure the delivery of culturally sensitive care. Requirements
 Contain at least one (2) current professional nursing references. A current professional nursing ref-erence is from current (five [5] years old or less) professional sources published in the United States. Sources such as Wikipedia, Medicine Net, nursing blogs etc. are not professional nursing resources and do not count towards the two (2) reference minimum.

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