Blythe Seymour, RN, is working in a group practice dermatologyclinic. The workload has increased and the physicians have decidedto hire another RN. When Kate, the new RN, begins her orientation,Blythe tells her she will have to learn how to use the lasermachine to remove tattoos. Kate hesitates and explains that she hadthought that her responsibility included assisting thedermatologist I the tattoo removal procedure, not doing it byherself. Blythe says, “This is why we hired you. I’m sure you’ll befine; the doc showed me how and I can show you. “ Blythe and Katecontinue the orientation.
What specific provision(s) of the Code of Ethics address thissituation? Why did you choose this answer?