A Study of the Situations, Features, and Coping Mechanisms Experienced by Irish Psychiatric Nurses Experiencing Moral Distress
Perspectives in psychiatric care 2010 Jul; 46(3): 209-20
The purpose of this study was to investigate moral distress in Irish psychiatric nurses.
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