Feeling Trapped and Being Torn: Physicians' Narratives About Ethical Dilemmas in Hemodialysis Care That Evoke a Troubled Conscience
Grönlund, Catarina E C Fischer
Söderberg, Anna I S
BMC medical ethics 2011 May 11; 12: 8
This study is part of a major study about difficulties in communicating ethical problems within and among professional groups working in hemodialysis care. Describing experiences of ethically difficult situations that induce a troubled conscience may raise consciousness about ethical problems and thereby open the way to further reflection.The aim of this study was to illuminate the meanings of being in ethically difficult situations that led to the burden of a troubled conscience, as narrated by physicians working in dialysis care.
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