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Moral Distress of Clinicians in Canadian Pediatric and Neonatal ICUs.

To quantify moral distress in neonatal ICU and PICU clinicians and to identify associated factors.

What Are the Irreducible Basic Elements of Morality? A Critique of the Debate Over Monism and Pluralism in Moral Psychology.

The debate between monists and pluralists in moral psychology has been framed as an argument over the number of "irreducible basic elements" that can be used to describe the extent of the moral domain: Do all moral values ultimately reduce to one principle (i.e., monism), or are there multiple irreducibly distinct moral values (i.e., pluralism)? I critique the premise of this debate, arguing that ...

Exploring Predictors of Moral Disengagement in Collegiate Athletic Trainers.

Considering recent high-profile reports of malpractice and negligence by National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletic trainers (ATs), it is prudent to investigate the psychological mechanisms that may influence ATs' ability to justify unethical behaviors. When treating injured student-athletes, ATs may undergo a cognitive process known as , which involves convincing oneself that ethica...

To Infinity and Beyond?

A survey of moral distress in staff working in intensive care in the UK - A reply.

Facets of moral distress in nusing homes : A qualitative study with examined registered nurses.

Although the nursing home setting has some characteristic features that are relevant with respect to the development of moral distress (MD), it has so far been studied primarily in the acute care setting. The underlying classical definition of MD is increasingly criticized and broadening of this definition is encouraged to include stress due to moral uncertainty. Hence, the present qualitative stu...

On the moral status of hominins.

This article evaluates the moral status of hominins, and obligations we may have towards them. In exploring these ethical considerations, I consider one of the most recent hominin finds: the 'graveyard' of Homo naledi in the Dinaledi caves at the Cradle of Humankind in South Africa. I argue that findings about H. naledi establish a pro tanto duty not to excavate their remains.

Ethical perspectives on body donation following physician assisted death.

The increasing availability of physician assisted death has opened up a novel means of making donated bodies available for anatomical dissection. This practice has come to the fore in Canada, but is unlikely to be confined to that country as legislation changes in other countries. The ethical considerations raised by this development are placed within the framework of the ethical guidelines on bod...

Ethics of life-sustaining treatment in locked-in syndrome: a Chinese survey.

Locked-in syndrome (LIS) characterizes individuals who have experienced pontine lesions, who have limited motor output but with preserved cognitive abilities. Despite their severe physical impairment, individuals with LIS self-profess a higher quality of life than generally expected. Such third-person expectations about LIS are shaped by personal and cultural factors in western countries.

Did Alexander Fleming Deserve the Nobel Prize?

Penicillin is a serendipitous discovery par excellence. But, what does this say about Alexander Fleming's praiseworthiness? Clearly, Fleming would not have received the Nobel Prize, had not a mould accidently entered his laboratory. This seems paradoxical, since it was beyond his control. The present article will first discuss Fleming's discovery of Penicillin as an example of moral luck in scienc...

Infringement of the right to surgical informed consent: negligent disclosure and its impact on patient trust in surgeons at public general hospitals - the voice of the patient.

There is little dispute that the ideal moral standard for surgical informed consent calls for surgeons to carry out a disclosure dialogue with patients before they sign the informed consent form. This narrative study is the first to link patient experiences regarding the disclosure dialogue with patient-surgeon trust, central to effective recuperation and higher adherence.

Absence of Evidence Is Not Evidence of Absence.

A Taxonomy and an Ethicist's Toolbox: Mapping a Plurality of Normative Approaches.

Should Poor Social Support Be an Exclusion Criterion in Bone Marrow Transplantation?

The Hard Question of Justification in Health Care Ethics Consultation.

Ethics of AI in Transplant Matching: Is It Better or Just More of the Same?

Clinical Ethics Expertise as the Ability to Co-Create Normative Recommendations by Guiding a Dialogical Process of Moral Learning.

How Is Ethics Consultation Work Justified?

Context, Context, Context.

Moral Normative Force and Clinical Ethics Expertise.

Unanswered Questions About Clinical Ethics Expertise.

Taxonomizing the Clinical Ethics Critics.

Engaging With a New Taxonomy for Clinical Ethics Consultation: What Are the Implications?

Social Support Is Not the Only Problematic Criterion, But If Used at All, "Lack of Social Support" Should Count in Favor of Listing, Not Against.

Realism, Correspondence, and Expertise.

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