Moral Distress and Psychological Empowerment in Critical Care Nurses Caring for Adults at End of Life
Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Identify common causes of moral distress in critical care nurses who are caring for dying patients.
- Describe the concept of psychological empowerment and the 4 cognitions it encompasses.
- Discuss the study findings as related to the relationship between moral distress intensity and frequency, psychological empowerment, and participant demographics.
Continuing Education Information
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Successful Completion: Learners must read the entire article and complete the associated evaluation to be awarded the contact hours. Multiple-choice exams not required as of 1/1/2016.
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