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Morality and morbidity

Distress from ethical quandaries takes its toll on workers. A lecturer in nursing from the University of the Sunshine Coast is on a mission to shine the spotlight on moral distress in healthcare, particularly from the perspective of nurses. Janice ...

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The concealed cost of immorality

Researcher attempts to measure and combat what happens to nurses who feel they are prevented from doing the right thing. Moral distress could be a significant hidden issue for the Australian aged-care workforce. “A number of years ago, I encountered ...

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