Being, Feeling, and Environment
Environmental Ethics 1985 Winter; 7(4): 351-364
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Feeling Trapped and Being Torn: Physicians' Narratives About Ethical Dilemmas in Hemodialysis Care That Evoke a Troubled Conscience Grönlund, Catarina E C Fischer; Dahlqvist, Vera; Söderberg, Anna I S (2011-05-11)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 ...