Intensive Care: Situations of Ethical Difficulty
Journal of Advanced Nursing. 1993 Dec; 18(12): 2008-2014.
Allowing to Die; Attitudes; Bioethical Issues; Biomedical Technologies; Caring; Communication; Comparative Studies; Critically Ill; Decision Making; Dissent; Education; Ethical Analysis; Ethics; Family Members; Intensive Care Units; Justice; Medical Ethics; Moral Development; Narrative Ethics; Nurse Patient Relationship; Nurses; Nursing Education; Nursing Ethics; Patient Care; Physician Nurse Relationship; Physicians; Survey; Technical Expertise; Terminal Care; Values;
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Soderberg, Anna; Gilje, Fredricka; Norberg, Astrid (1997-06)In intensive care, situations of ethical difficulty are common. For the purpose of illuminating the meaning of being in ethically difficult situations, 20 registered nurses (RNs) employed in six intensive care units ...
Transforming Desolation Into Consolation: The Meaning of Being in Situations of Ethical Difficulty in Intensive Care Soderberg, Anna; Gilje, Fredericka; Norberg, Astrid (1999-09)The purpose of this phenomenological-hermeneutic study was to illuminate the meaning of being in ethically difficult care situations. The participants were 20 enrolled nurses employed in six intensive care units in Sweden. ...