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A desired outcome for members of healthcare disciplines is to have straight thinking regarding human health and quality of life issues. Difficult situations, embedded with a demand for quick, value-laden healthcare decisions, abound in an ever-changing, complex healthcare arena. The author begins a discussion about potential implications for future disciplinary nurse practice as nurse leaders contemplate what it means to have a straight thinking ethos as providers of vital human health services. Reflections and recommendations for future dialogue with interdisciplinary professionals on the topic of nursing ethics is offered.