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  1. Who is Responsible for Compassion Satisfaction? Shifting Ethical Responsibility for Compassion Fatigue From the Individual to the Ecological.Kathy Edwards & Anastasia Goussios - forthcoming - Ethics and Social Welfare:1-17.
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  • Communities of Practice: Acknowledging Vulnerability to Improve Resilience in Healthcare Teams.Janet Delgado, Janet de Groot, Graham McCaffrey, Gina Dimitropoulos, Kathleen C. Sitter & Wendy Austin - 2021 - Journal of Medical Ethics 47 (7):488-493.
    The majority of healthcare professionals regularly witness fragility, suffering, pain and death in their professional lives. Such experiences may increase the risk of burnout and compassion fatigue, especially if they are without self-awareness and a healthy work environment. Acquiring a deeper understanding of vulnerability inherent to their professional work will be of crucial importance to face these risks. From a relational ethics perspective, the role of the team is critical in the development of professional values which can help to cope (...)
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  • ‘No Other Alternative Than to Compromise’: Experiences of Midwives/Nurses Providing Care in the Context of Scarce Resources.Priscilla N. Boakye - 2022 - Nursing Inquiry 29 (4).
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  • The Incommensurability of Nursing as a Practice and the Customer Service Model: An Evolutionary Threat to the Discipline.Wendy J. Austin - 2011 - Nursing Philosophy 12 (3):158-166.
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  • Nursing Under the Influence: A Relational Ethics Perspective.D. Kunyk & W. Austin - 2012 - Nursing Ethics 19 (3):380-389.
    When nurses have active and untreated addictions, patient safety may be compromised and nurse-health endangered. Genuine responses are required to fulfil nurses' moral obligations to their patients as well as to their nurse-colleagues. Guided by core elements of relational ethics, the influences of nursing organizational responses along with the practice environment in shaping the situation are contemplated. This approach identifies the importance of consistency with nursing values, acknowledges nurses interdependence, and addresses the role of nursing organization as moral agent. By (...)
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  • Conflicts and Con-Fusions Confounding Compassion in Acute Care.Jenny Jones, Petra Strube, Marion Mitchell & Amanda Henderson - forthcoming - Nursing Ethics:096973301769347.
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  • The Experience of Disgust by Nursing and Midwifery Students: An Interpretative Phenomenological Approach Study.Marilena Hadjittofi, Kate Gleeson & Anne Arber - 2022 - Nursing Inquiry 29 (2).
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