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Bereavement in the Time of Coronavirus: Unprecedented Challenges Demand Novel Interventions
Deborah Carr COVID-19 fatalities exemplify “bad deaths” and are distinguished by physical discomfort, difficulty breathing, social isolation, psychological distress, and care that may be discordant with the patient’s preferences. Each of these de (More)
Moral Distress in Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, it is becoming increasingly evident that many on the frontlines are, understandably, distressed. Distressed by the high volumes of patients and the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE). Anxious about not (More)
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