The individuals should be treated as autonomous which means that the individual capable of making their own decision about important personal matters such as decision whether to sign or not to sign the consent. The individual should only be involved in research if they have voluntarily give their consent and been fully informed about the nature, purpose and consequences of the research. The individuals’ right need to be respected and they can make their own decision whether to participate in the research or they will refuse to be the participant.The principle of autonomy is people with diminished autonomy should be protected and kept in privacy. This is to ensure that the persons concerned are not involved in research which could be harmful for them with regard to a research project. This is because some people in society may not have the capacity to make fully informed decisions. Beneficence is the act that is done for the benefit of others or a duty to ensure the welfare of the persons concerned. This principal states that the research should do no harm and maximize benefits for participants and minimize risks for participants. Participant must be safe and feel protected by the researcher whenever they sign he consent and agree to participate. Full explanations and information must be detailed to participants.  To use easy words and simple language for details so that they will fully understand and to avoid miss understand of the concepts.The purpose of the research is to discover new information that would be helpful for the society in future. It should never cause harm or injured to anyone or find out information at the expense of other people. There is dilemma arises from the researcher in this case because to avoid the risks, the researcher needs to know what is harmful. Never take for granted that the participant will understand the researcher language used. The evidence obtained from the study will show whether it is beneficence or not. In order to identify what can benefit the patients, it may be necessary to exposed them to risks although the researchers are obligated to do their best to minimize those possible risks and to maximize the benefits for participants. Never exposed the participants’ details to public or other researcher in any way. Participants’ personal matters must be well kept in the separate location and data are recorded and subjects’ name are only can be access by the researcher or members of the researcher.  Offer to answer All Questions Is made. Potential subjects must always be given the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about the research.  Allowed the participants to ask questions if there in doubt. It is almost impossible for the researcher to include every aspect of the study in a verbal or written explanation.  Participants frequently have questions about the study and an opportunity should be presented for these questions during the verbal explanations of the research.  The researcher is obligated to be available (by phone/email/letter) if the questions arise at a time of if participants have questions when reading the written explanation of research.Anonymity or Confidentiality is assured.  Anonymity occurs when no one, including the researcher, can link to the participants’ data they provide.  If participants can be linked to data, the researcher has the obligation to address confidentiality. Confidentiality involve protections of the participants’ identity by the researchers.  In many studies, it is not possible to maintain anonymity.  The researcher will usually come face to face with the participants in an experimental research.  To assure anonymity or confidentiality, participants and the site where the conclusion of the study was conduction should be described in general terms in the description of the sample and the setting.Right to refuse to participate or to withdraw from research without penalty is assured.  All participant in nursing research must be voluntary. Even if a random sampling procedure is used to obtain participants, these people must be given the opportunity to decide if they which to participate.  No form of coercion should be involved.  There must be no penalty for nonparticipation.  Potential research participants must be informed that they may withdraw from a study at any time and for any reason.  This is particularly important in experimental studies in which a treatment is involved.  Participants may withdraw for any reason and the researchers must let them go for no question being asked.