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Delivery of Critical Care May Engender Issues Culminating in Clinician Moral Distress


Background: Moral distress, defined as the unpleasant feeling that occurs when health care professionals cannot carry on what they believe is the ethically correct action, is believed to be common among professionals caring for the critically ill. In the literature, moral distress is assessed using the well-reported Moral Distress Scale-Revised (MDS-R), which has never been validated through factor analysis. Objective: To explore the validity and reliability of the factorial founda more...
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