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Nurses face ‘moral distress’ as they struggle to do their jobs during COVID-19: U of T researchers

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University of Toronto researchers have identified a number of sources of “moral distress” for nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic – and they’re developing recommendations to help address the problem.

The causes of distress range from the heart-wrenching experience of watching patients die without family members present, to, ironically, public displays of support for health-care workers, according to the early findings of the researchers’ study….

https://www.utoronto.ca/news/nurses-face-moral-distress-they-struggle-do-their-jobs-during-covid-19-u-t-researchers

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