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    Compassion fatigue as bruises in the soul: A qualitative study on nurses.Tove Gustafsson & Jessica Hemberg - 2022 - Nursing Ethics 29 (1):157-170.
    Background: Nurses who are constantly being exposed to patients’ suffering can lead to compassion fatigue. There is a gap in the latest research regarding nurses’ experiences of compassion fatigue. Little is known about how compassion fatigue affects the nurse as a person, and indications of how it affects the profession are scarce. Aim: The aim of this study was to explore compassion fatigue experienced by nurses and how it affects them as persons and professionals. Research design, participants, and research context: (...)
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  2. Ethical sensitivity and perceptiveness in palliative home care through co-creation.Jessica Hemberg & Elisabeth Bergdahl - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (2):446-460.
    Background:In research on co-creation in nursing, a caring manner can be used to create opportunities whereby the patient’s quality of life can be increased in palliative home care. This can be described as an ethical cornerstone and the goal of palliative care. To promote quality of life, nurses must be sensitive to patients’ and their relatives’ needs in care encounters. Co-creation can be defined as the joint creation of vital goals for patients through the process of shared knowledge between nurses, (...)
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    Dealing with ethical and existential issues at end of life through co-creation.Jessica Hemberg & Elisabeth Bergdahl - forthcoming - Nursing Ethics:096973301987449.
    Background: In research on co-creation in nursing, a caring manner can be used to create opportunities for the patient to reach vital goals and thereby increase the patient’s quality of life in palliative home care. This can be described as an ethical cornerstone and the goal of palliative care. Nurses must be extra sensitive to patients’ and their relatives’ needs with regard to ethical and existential issues and situations in home care encounters, especially at the end of life. Aim: The (...)
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  4. Ethical sensitivity and compassion in home care: Leaders’ views.Heidi Blomqvist, Elisabeth Bergdahl & Jessica Hemberg - forthcoming - Nursing Ethics.
    Background With an increasing older population, the pressure on home care resources is growing, which makes it important to ensure the maintenance of quality care. It is known that compassion and ethical sensitivity can improve the quality of care, but little is known about care leaders’ perceptions on ethical sensitivity and compassion in home care and how it is associated with staff competence and thus quality of care. Aim The aim of the study was to explore home care leaders’ perceptions (...)
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    A vision of ethics in efficient occupational healthcare.Jessica Hemberg, Helena Nyman & Håkan Hemberg - forthcoming - Nursing Ethics:096973301668981.
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