Autor: Connie M. Ulrich
ISBN-13: 9783319646251
Veröffentl: 01.02.2018
Einband: Book
Seiten: 171
Gewicht: 411 g
Format: 246x159x17 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Moral Distress in the Health Professions

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Chapter 1. Introduction Connie Ulrich and Christine Grady
Chapter 2. What We Know about Moral Distress Lynn Musto and Patricia Rodney
Chapter 3. Health Care Professional Narratives on Moral Distress: Disciplinary Perspectives Anne Davis and Marsha Fowler, Sophia Fantus. Joseph Fins, Michelle Joy, Katherine Kruse and Alyssa Burgart, Peggy Lindsey, Kimberley Mooney-Doyle, Tanya Uritsky, Christine Grady
Chapter 4. A Broader Understanding of Moral Distress Stephen Campbell, Connie Ulrich, Christine Grady
Chapter 5. Sources of Moral Distress Mary Walton
Chapter 6. Building Compassionate Environments Linda Olson
Chapter 7. Moral Distress Research Agenda Carol Pavlish, Ellen Robinson, Katherine Brown-Saltzman, and Joan Henriksen
Chapter 8. International Perspectives on Moral Distress
An Lievrouw, Bo Van den Bulcke, Dominique Benoit and Ruth Piers, Georgina Morley, Renatha Joseph and Baraka Morris, Subadhra D. Rai and Margaret Soon Mei Ling, Connie Ulrich.
Chapter 9. Reflections on Moral Distress and Moral Success Christine Grady, Nancy Berlinger, Arthur Caplan, Sheila Davis, Ann Hamric, Shaké Ketefian, Robert Truog, Connie Ulrich.
This is the first book on the market or within academia dedicated solely to moral distress among health professionals. It aims to bring conceptual clarity about moral distress and distinguish it from related concepts. Explicit attention is given to the voices and experiences of health care professionals from multiple disciplines and many parts of the world. Contributors explain the evolution of the concept of moral distress, sources of moral distress including those that arise at the unit/team and organization/system level, and possible solutions to address moral distress at every level. A liberal use of case studies will make the phenomenon palpable to readers.
This volume provides information not only for academia and educational initiatives, but also for practitioners and the research community, and will serve as a professional resource for courses in health professional schools, bioethics, and business, as well as in the hospital wards, intensive care units, long-term care facilities, hospice, and ambulatory practice sites in which moral distress originates.
Editiert von: Connie M. Ulrich, Christine Grady
Dr. Ulrich is a nurse-bioethicist and currently holds the Lillian S. Brunner Chair at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing with a secondary appointment in the School of Medicine, Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Dr. Ulrich's normative and empirical bioethics work focuses on ethical issues in clinical practice and research. These studies examine the everyday ethical issues that healthcare clinicians encounter in their clinical practice, including concerns ranging from informed consent to end-of-life in the care of patients and their families. Her studies also examine how patients consider the benefits and risks of research participation in cancer clinical trials and the factors that influence participation. She has received federal funding and foundational grants for her research and has authored publications in medical, nursing, and bioethical journals. She is an elected fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and a global Salzburg Fellow.

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Autor: Connie M. Ulrich
ISBN-13:: 9783319646251
ISBN: 3319646257
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.02.2018
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 411g
Seiten: 171
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 246x159x17 mm, Bibliographie