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Ethical conflicts and moral distress in the NICU, are they all bad?

The term “moral distress” was coined by nursing researchers who were, generally, referring to situations in which nurses were constrained to act in opposition to their ethical beliefs, usually by having to follow medical orders that they disagreed with. More … Continue reading

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Losing a twin

Vasilescu C, Garel M, Caeymaex L: [experience of parents after the loss of a newborn twin in the nicu: A qualitative study 3 years after the death.]. Archives de pediatrie. 2013(0). This is a nice qualitative study, with a reasonable … Continue reading

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