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  1.  9
    Pro-Abortion Attitude with Context of Traditional and Professional Identity Dilemma.Gizem Deniz Bulucu Büyüksoy, Kamuran Ozdil & Aslıhan Çatıker - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1529-1541.
    Background: Nurses are in a key position for reproduction health service delivery. Therefore, it is thought that it would be important to inspect opinions of student nurses, who will be health employees in the future, about self-induced abortion to develop women health and public health. Objectives: The goal of this study is to inspect opinions of nursing students with different sociocultural specialties, about self-induced abortions. Research design: It is qualitative type and planned with ethnographic research pattern. Participants and research context: (...)
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    The Effectiveness of a Modified Advance Care Planning Programme.Renli Deng, Jianghui Zhang, Liuliu Chen, Jiarui Miao, Jiazhong Duan, Yeyin Qiu, Doris Leung, Helen Chan & Diana T. F. Lee - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1569-1586.
    Background: Frailty is a natural consequence of the aging process. With the increasing aging population in Mainland China, the quality of life and end-of-life care for frail older people need to be taken into consideration. Advance Care Planning has also been used worldwide in long-term facilities, hospitals and communities to improve the quality of end-of-life care, increase patient and family satisfaction, and reduce healthcare costs and hospital admissions in Western countries. However, it has not been practiced in China. Research objective: (...)
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    Midwifery Students’ Reactions to Ethical Dilemmas Encountered in Outpatient Clinics.Serap Ejder Apay, Ayşe Gürol, Elif Yağmur Gür & Sarah Church - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1542-1555.
    Background: Midwives are required to make ethical decisions with the support of respective codes of professional ethics which provide a framework for decision making in clinical practice. While each midwife should be ethically aware and sensitive to the ever-changing issues within reproduction, few empirical studies have examined the views of student midwives in relation to reproductive ethical dilemmas. Objective: The aim of this study was to explore midwifery students’ reactions to a number of ethical dilemmas relating to women’s experiences of (...)
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    Effects of Using Standardized Patients on Nursing Students’ Moral Skills.Gulhan Erkus Kucukkelepce, Leyla Dinc & Melih Elcin - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1587-1602.
    Background: Nurses and nursing students increasingly confront ethical problems in clinical practice. Moral sensitivity, moral reasoning, and ethical decision-making are therefore important skills throughout the nursing profession. Innovative teaching methods as part of the ethics training of nursing students help them acquire these fundamental skills. Aim: This study investigated the effects and potential benefits of using standardized patients in ethics education on nursing baccalaureate students’ moral sensitivity, moral reasoning, and ethical decision-making by comparing this method with in-class case analyses. Research (...)
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    The Needs of People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism During the Pandemic: Making the Invisible Visible.George Matuska & Ann Gallagher - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1487-1489.
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    Newly Graduated Nurses’ Experiences of Horizontal Violence.Ivana Maria Rosi, Adriana Contiguglia, Kim Randall Millama & Stefania Rancati - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1556-1568.
    Background: Horizontal violence, defined in the literature as ‘interpersonal conflict between two nurses at the same hierarchical levels in organizations’, often associated with bullying, affects the well-being of nurses, care recipients and the professional image of nursing and the organization due to increased turnover. One in every three newly graduated nurses is a victim of horizontal violence, although they do not always know how to define it. Aim: To investigate the direct and indirect experiences of horizontal violence in newly graduated (...)
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    Relational Influences on Experiences with Assisted Dying: A Scoping Review.Caroline Variath, Elizabeth Peter, Lisa Cranley, Dianne Godkin & Danielle Just - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1501-1516.
    Background: Family members and healthcare providers play an integral role in a person’s assisted dying journey. Their own needs during the assisted dying journey are often, however, unrecognized and underrepresented in policies and guidelines. Circumstances under which people choose assisted dying, and relational contexts such as the sociopolitical environment, may influence the experiences of family members and healthcare providers. Ethical considerations: Ethics approval was not required to conduct this review. Aim: This scoping review aims to identify the relational influences on (...)
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    Healthcare Workers’ Stress When Caring for COVID-19 Patients: An Altruistic Perspective.Hui Wang, Yu Liu, Kaili Hu, Meng Zhang, Meichen Du, Haishan Huang & Xiao Yue - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1490-1500.
    Background: When the contagious COVID-19 spread worldwide, the frontline staff faced unprecedented excessive work pressure and expectations of all of the society. Objective: The aim was to explore healthcare workers’ stress and influencing factors when caring for COVID-19 patients from an altruistic perspective. Methods: A cross-sectional, descriptive study was conducted in a tertiary hospital during the outbreak of COVID-19 between February and March 2020 in Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei province in China. Data were collected from 1208 healthcare workers. (...)
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    The Implementation of Child Rights in Healthcare Services.Cagla Yigitbas & Fadime Ustuner Top - 2020 - Nursing Ethics 27 (7):1517-1528.
    Background: Hospitalized children have the right to “partake in practices related to their treatment and care.” Midwives and nurses have important roles and responsibilities regarding the protection and enforcement of these rights, such as providing information and advocating for children. Objectives: This study aims to determine the attitudes of midwives and nurses toward their roles and responsibilities in the implementation of child rights in healthcare services and the factors affecting their attitudes. Methods: This descriptive cross-sectional study included 122 midwives and (...)
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