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Moral Resilience
Transforming Moral Suffering in Healthcare
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Suffering is an unavoidable reality in healthcare. Not only are patients and families suffering, but more and more the clinicians who care for them are also experiencing distress. The omnipresent, daily presence of moral adversity is, in part, a reflection of the burgeoning complexity of healthcare, clinicians role within it, and the expanding range of available interventions that must be balanced with competing demands. There is an urgent need to design solutions that address the
myriad factors that create the conditions for imperiled integrity within the healthcare system.

Moral resilience is a pathway to transform the effects of moral suffering in healthcare. Dr. Rushton and colleagues offer a novel approach to addressing moral suffering that engages transformative strategies for individuals and systems alike and leverages practical skills and tools for a sustainable workforce that practices with integrity, competence, and wholeheartedness, and dismantles the systemic patterns that impede ethical practice. This is a must-read for clinicians front line nurses
to physicians to system leaders and policymakers because it will require collective collaboration, aligned values, shared language and intentional design to make our healthcare organizations and their clinicians healthy again.


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ISBN-13: 9780190619268
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
Publication date: November, 2018
Pages: 312
Weight: 571g
Availability: Not yet published
Subcategories: Diseases and Disorders, Ethics, Midwifery

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