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    Moral Sensitivity in Psychiatric Practice.K. Lutzen, M. Evertzon & C. Nordin - 1997 - Nursing Ethics 4 (6):472-482.
    This study reports the results of a study of Swedish psychiatrists’ responses to moral statements related to decision making in the psychiatric context. Use was made of the Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire, a modified instrument previously constructed from a theory of moral sensitivity. This Likert-type scale contains 30 items constructed from the following categories: interpersonal orientation, structuring moral meaning, benevolence, modifying autonomy, experiencing moral conflict, and trust in medical knowledge and principles of care. The purpose was to identify possible differences in (...)
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    Modifying Autonomy--A Concept Grounded in Nurses' Experiences of Moral Decision-Making in Psychiatric Practice.K. Lutzen & C. Nordin - 1994 - Journal of Medical Ethics 20 (2):101-107.
    Fourteen experienced psychiatric nurses participated in a pilot study aimed at describing the experiential aspect of making decisions for the patient. In-depth interviews focused on conflicts, were transcribed, coded, and categorized according to the Grounded Theory method. The theoretical construct, 'modifying autonomy' and its dimensions, such as being aware of the patient's vulnerability, caring for and caring about the patient, were identified. The findings in this study make clear the need for further research into the experiential aspect of ethical decision-making (...)
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    Moral Sensitivity in Psychiatric Pratice.K. Lūtzén, M. Evertzon & C. Nordin - 1997 - Nursing Ethics 4 (6):472-482.
    This study reports the results of a study of Swedish psychiatrists’ responses to moral statements related to decision making in the psychiatric context. Use was made of the Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire, a modified instrument previously constructed from a theory of moral sensitivity. This Likert-type scale contains 30 items constructed from the following categories: interpersonal orientation, structuring moral meaning, benevolence, modifying autonomy, experiencing moral conflict, and trust in medical knowledge and principles of care. The purpose was to identify possible differences in (...)
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    The Influence of Gender, Education and Experience On Moral Sensitivity in Psychiatric Nursing: A Pilot Study.Kim Lützén & Conny Nordin - 1995 - Nursing Ethics 2 (1):41-50.
    The purpose of this study was to investigate some factors which may influence moral decision-making in psychiatric nursing practice. The Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire, a 30-item, seven-point Likert scale, measures six dimensions that are assumed to be related to moral sensitivity. In scoring, the test is divided into six categories: interpersonal orientation, structuring moral meaning, expressing benevolence, modifying autonomy, experiencing conflict, and reliance on medical authority. Seventy-nine nurses, employed in the same psychiatric district, were included in the sample. Significant differences were (...)
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