I believe nurses play one of the most important parts in ethics, especially when it comes to implementing and generating evidence. As nurses, we are the caregivers that see and treat every aspect of a client’s care. Though there are certain units and specialties, nurses experience all of the ups and downs in a patient’s disease progression and their recovery. I would assume that nurses often see and treat conditions that they may not know much about. This means that their role is to research these ailments or ethical considerations that are unfamiliar to them, and implement care related to their treatment. In addition, nurses may be the first or the best at treating certain symptoms, or dealing with specific ethical issues. This means they are responsible for generating ethical evidence. Ethics is an extremely important topic in the nursing practice, and these techniques will help nurses stay up to date and communicate with one another in order to provide the best and most ethical care for patients.