A phenomenological study of ethical decision-making experiences among senior intensive care nurses and doctors concerning withdrawal of treatment.

Abstract

The study compared and contrasted the experiences of senior doctors and nurses ethical decision making concerning the withdrawal of treatment. Doctors generally took the primary role in ethical decision making, leaving nurses acting as information brokers. Nurses suffered moral distress as a result of the decision to withdraw treatment, whilst doctors… (More)

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