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"First ever study of 'moral distress' among nurses in burn unit" (not directly relevant to much)

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Dolphin, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

    I just happened to see this by chance.

    There is no direct relevance to ME/CFS but I thought the concept of "moral distress"/that it had a name was somewhat interesting:
    I also thought it was interesting that an intervention that was supposed to help, actually resulted in worse scores (although at follow-up there was no difference). Non-pharmacological interventions shouldn't be assumed to help - they can sometimes make things worse (possibly not the best example, but an example of sorts).

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  2. Snowdrop

    Snowdrop Senior Member

    Interesting even if not entirely relevant to ME.
    It does go to show that the more aware you are of the exact nature of the moral distress and its causes the higher the level of distress experienced. That can be relevant to everyone in one form or another.

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