Moral survival in a nontherapeutic environment.

  title={Moral survival in a nontherapeutic environment.},
  author={Kim L{\"u}tz{\'e}n and Rita Schreiber},
  journal={Issues in mental health nursing},
  volume={19 4},
The aim of this study was to examine the ethical decision-making process used by a group of psychiatric and mental health nurses in Canada. Researchers used the constant comparative method of grounded theory to simultaneously collect and analyze data. Data were collected through the use of focus groups of experienced psychiatric and mental health nurses. In addition to focus groups, participant observation and a number of formal and informal interviews were conducted. The contingency for the… CONTINUE READING