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    The Dignity of the Nursing Profession: A Meta-Synthesis of Qualitative Research.L. Sabatino, A. Stievano, G. Rocco, H. Kallio, A. -M. Pietila & M. K. Kangasniemi - 2014 - Nursing Ethics 21 (6):659-672.
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    Cultural Aspects Related to Informed Consent in Health Research.A. Halkoaho, A. -M. Pietila, M. Ebbesen, S. Karki & M. Kangasniemi - 2016 - Nursing Ethics 23 (6):698-712.
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    Duties of the Patient: A Tentative Model Based on Metasynthesis.M. Kangasniemi, A. Halkoaho, H. Lansimies-Antikainen & A. -M. Pietila - 2012 - Nursing Ethics 19 (1):58-67.
    Patient’s duties are a topical but little researched area in nursing ethics. However, patient’s duties are closely connected to nursing practice in terms of autonomy, the best purpose of care and rethinking from the patient’s perspective. This article is a metasynthesis (N = 11 original articles) of patient’s duties, aimed to create a tentative model. In this article, a tentative model called ‘right-based duties of a patient’ was constructed. With its aid, a coherent structure of patient’s duties within different roles (...)
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    Nurses' Perceptions of Their Professional Rights.M. Kangasniemi, A. Stievano & A. -M. Pietila - 2013 - Nursing Ethics 20 (4):0969733012466001.
    The purpose of this study, which is part of a wider study of professional ethics, was to describe nurses’ perceptions of their rights in Italy. The data were collected by open-ended focus group interviews and analyzed with inductive content analysis. Based on the analysis, three main themes were identified. The first theme “Unfamiliarity with rights” described nurses’ perception that their rights mirrored historical roots, educational content, and nurses’ and patients’ position in the society. The second theme, “Rights reflected in legislation” (...)
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