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Moral Distress and Building Resilience - Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

Moral Distress and Building Resilience - Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

Moral distress is a threat to nurse retention. It plagues significant numbers of nurses and many other health care professionals. Not being able to fulfill his or her nursing obligations for their patients due to intractable value conflicts, ineffective communication, lack of teamwork, organizational oversights, staffing policies, and pressures on health care systems undermines....

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