That said, nurses, aka imperfect human beings who make mistakes like the rest of the world, are taught the ethical principles of nursing. Beneficence, Non-maleficence, Autonomy, Justice, Veracity, Fidelity, and Integrity.
Admittedly, we are none of us perfect role models, but I do believe that the time spent learning these principles is valuable. And perhaps we need refreshers on this stuff with greater frequency, specifically with case studies that provide meaningful opportunities for learning rather than just rote regurgitation of warm of fuzzy words.
I wonder if similar ethics training exists in law enforcement?