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MORAL DISTRESS IN A NON-ACUTE CONTINUING CARE SETTING: THE EXPERIENCE OF REGISTERED NURSES
The moral distress experiences of Registered Nurses who work in non-acute, continuing care settings were examined using qualitative methods. Previous research suggests that in general, nurses experience moral distress ...
MORAL DISTRESS AMONG REGULATED AND UNREGULATED CARE PROVIDERS EMPLOYED IN LONG TERM CARE SETTINGS
The purpose of this research was to describe the experience of moral distress among regulated and unregulated nursing personnel employed in Long Term Care (LTC) facilities. The specific research questions were: 1) Do ...