Moral distress in intensive care unit professionals is associated with profession, age, and years of experience.

@article{Dodek2016MoralDI,
  title={Moral distress in intensive care unit professionals is associated with profession, age, and years of experience.},
  author={Peter M. Dodek and Hui Sze Wong and Monica Norena and Najib T. Ayas and Steven C Reynolds and Sean P. Keenan and Ann Baile Hamric and Patricia A Rodney and Miriam T Stewart and Lynn E. Alden},
  journal={Journal of critical care},
  year={2016},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={178-82}
}
PURPOSE To determine which demographic characteristics are associated with moral distress in intensive care unit (ICU) professionals. METHODS We distributed a self-administered, validated survey to measure moral distress to all clinical personnel in 13 ICUs in British Columbia, Canada. Each respondent to the survey also reported their age, sex, and years of experience in the ICU where they were working. We used multivariate, hierarchical regression to analyze relationships between demographic… CONTINUE READING
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