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Moral Distress, Mattering, and Secondary Traumatic Stress in Provider Burnout: A Call for Moral Community | AACN Advanced Critical Care | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Moral Distress, Mattering, and Secondary Traumatic Stress in Provider Burnout: A Call for Moral Community | AACN Advanced Critical Care | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Burnout incurs significant costs to health care organizations and professionals. Mattering, moral distress, and secondary traumatic stress are personal experiences linked to burnout and are byproducts of the organizations in which we work. This article conceptualizes health care organizations as moral communities—groups of people united by a common moral purpose to promote the well-being of others. We argue that health care organizations have a...

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