Nurse leaders face moral distress alone
from Health Leaders Media
Ethical challenges are not left at the bedside when nurses move into leadership positions. Chief nursing officers still experience moral distress — the disequilibrium resulting from the recognition of and inability to react ethically to a situation — it's just taboo to talk about it, finds a qualitative study published in the Journal of Nursing Administration in February 2017.
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