Moral Distress and Entangled Experience
Bioethics Research Library, Washington, D.C.
Moral Distress is a core topic in clinical ethics. Ethicists are called to move past the challenges of ethical dilemmas to address the personal, social and organizational constraints that influence individual and professional integrity leading to their moral distress. We describe an additional pandemic-related patient moral distress adding to the experience of medical professionals.
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