The Morality of Treating Patients With Depot Neuroleptics: The Experience of Community Psychiatric Nurses
Nursing Ethics 2000 January; 7(1): 35-46
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The Morality of Treating Patients With Depot Neuroleptics: The Experience of Community Psychiatric Nurses Svedberg, Bodil; Hallstrom, Tore; Lutzen, Kim (2000-01)The aim of this qualitative study was to gain an understanding of the meaning that community psychiatric nurses impart to their everyday interactions with patients in depot neuroleptic treatment situations. Nine experienced ...
The Influence of Gender, Education and Experience on Moral Sensitivity in Psychiatric Nursing: A Pilot Study Lutzen, Kim; Nordin, Conny (1995-03)The purpose of this study was to investigate some factors which may influence moral decision-making in psychiatric nursing practice. The Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire, a 30-item, seven-point Likert scale, measures ...