Moral Distress in Academia

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    Moral Distress in Academia


    Kathryn M. Ganske, PhD, RN

    Abstract


           The concept of moral distress is not new to nursing. As early as 1984 Jameton described moral
           distress as occurring when one knows the right thing to do, but institutional constraints make it
 
				
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