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Health Care Ethics through the Lens of Moral Distress - 
      Kristen Jones-Bonofiglio

Health Care Ethics through the Lens of Moral Distress

This book provides a bridge between the theory to practice gap in contemporary health care ethics. It explores the messiness of everyday ethical issues and validates the potential impacts on health care professionals as wounded healers who regularly experience close proximity to suffering and pain. Les mer
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This book provides a bridge between the theory to practice gap in contemporary health care ethics. It explores the messiness of everyday ethical issues and validates the potential impacts on health care professionals as wounded healers who regularly experience close proximity to suffering and pain. This book speaks to why ethics matters on a personal level and how moral distress experiences can be leveraged instead of hidden. The book offers contributions to both scholarship and the profession. Nurses, physicians, social workers, allied health care professionals, as well as academics and students will benefit from this book.
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Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 158
ISBN: 9783030561581
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Chapter 1. Moral Distress: The State of the Science.- Chapter 2. Moral Uncertainty and Moral Disorientation.- Chapter 3. Moral Distress and Acute Care Contexts.- Chapter 4. Moral Distress and Community Care Contexts.- Chapter 5. Moral Distress and Public Health Contexts.- Chapter 6. Personal and Professional Identity.- Chapter 7. Moral Conflict and Moral Injury.- Chapter 8. Moral Leadership and Compassion.- Chapter 9. Moral Resilience and Confidence.- Chapter 10. Navigating Moral Distress.
Dr. Kristen Dawn Jones-Bonofiglio, PhD, RN, is Assistant Professor at Lakehead University School of Nursing and Director of Lakehead University Centre for Health Care Ethics, in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. She holds graduate degrees in public health (nursing specialization) and educational studies (cognition and learning specialization) with theses work on moral distress and everyday ethical issues among practitioners in community health care settings. Her scholarship activities are diverse and include: mental health and addictions, well-being and resilience, moral distress and ethics, and innovative pedagogical approaches. Dr. Jones-Bonofiglio's clinical background includes acute care and correctional nursing practice. For over a decade she has taught undergraduate nursing students, and for the past few years also taught in graduate nursing courses and continuing professional development programs. As of 2017, she is a Fellow of the Associated Medical Services (AMS) with research on self-compassion in nursing. Dr. Jones-Bonofiglio lives in Northwestern Ontario with her husband, John.