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However, nurse ethicists did find it crucial to ensure that all RNs understand that they can conscientiously object to participating in interventions if certain criteria are met.
And although it may take courage to conscientiously object--particularly given some workplace cultures not doing so can have dire consequences for the individual nurse and for the nursing profession.
Our elected representatives are conscientiously working to achieve the best for their constituents.
It highlighted the school's strong leadership and said staff at all levels undertake their management roles conscientiously and work well as a team.
He thanked Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for support for the commission and commended the statement of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to ministers urging them to perform their duties faithfully and conscientiously.
Referring to the police officers, he urged them to conscientiously perform their duties and tasks assigned to them.
Sa'ad has declared his refusal to be 'both nationally and conscientiously motivated.
Scott McKee acted conscientiously, ethically and responsibly, too.
Most of our residents recycle conscientiously, but materials left near to recycling bins are often mixed with items we are unable to collect for recycling, which is why we are forced to deal with it as rubbish.
This is unfair to the qualified and competent ones who have studied in their own time and conscientiously do a full day's work.
He has conscientiously ensured our finances have been in order and he steps down at a time when the club is operating in the black.
Mobily said: "We are working conscientiously to provide all necessary facilities to our customers with the requirements and guidance of the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) aimed to update customer's data prior the specified implementation period.