1. What Power Do I Have?: A Nursing Student’s Concerns Lead to a Passion for Ethics
  2. Anonymous One
  3. pp. 93-95
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  1. The Sanctity of Life—: The Sanctity of Choice
  2. Kristina Hallett
  3. pp. 95-98
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  1. To Nurse Better
  2. Jaime Hensel
  3. pp. 98-100
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  1. The Power of Persuasion
  2. G. Bennett Humphrey
  3. pp. 101-103
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  1. Carmen Miranda
  2. Jessica Les
  3. pp. 103-106
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  1. When Moral Uncertainty Becomes Moral Distress
  2. Cheryl Mack
  3. pp. 106-109
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  1. “Can They Do This?”: Dealing with Moral Distress after Third–Party Termination of the Doctor–Patient Relationship
  2. Susan McCammon
  3. pp. 109-112
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  1. Moral Distress: The Face of Workplace Bullying
  2. John S. Murray
  3. pp. 112-114
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  1. A Threat to Selfhood: Moral Distress and the Psychiatric Training Culture
  2. Esther Nathanson
  3. pp. 115-117
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  1. Black Horseman Lane: A Reflection
  2. Janet Pniewski
  3. pp. 117-120
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  1. These Things I Believe
  2. A. M. Shuham
  3. pp. 120-122
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  1. “Please Help Me”
  2. Rebecca L. Volpe
  3. pp. 122-124
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  1. Emotional Labor among Healthcare Professionals: The Effects are Undeniable
  2. Zhanna Bagdasarov, Shane Connelly
  3. pp. 125-129
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  1. Writing Wrongs: On Narratives of Moral Distress
  2. Nancy Berlinger
  3. pp. 131-137
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  1. The Gift of Voice
  2. Katherine Brown-Saltzman
  3. pp. 139-145
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  1. Moral Distress and Moral Disempowerment
  2. Alisa Carse
  3. pp. 147-151
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  1. The Content of Hope in Ambulatory Patients with Colon Cancer
  2. Emily S. Beckman, Paul R. Helft, Alexia M. Torke
  3. pp. 153-164
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  1. A Case of Deceptive Mastectomy
  2. Rebecca Volpe, Maria Baker, George F. Blackall, Gordon Kauffman, Michael J. Green
  3. pp. 175-181
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  1. Editors’ Note
  2. James M. DuBois, Ana S. Ilitis, Susan G. DuBois
  3. p. v
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  1. The Many Faces of Moral Distress Among Clinicians: Introduction
  2. Cynda Hylton Rushton, Renee Boss
  3. pp. 89-93
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  1. The Road to Redemption
  2. Anonymous Two
  3. pp. E1-E3
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  1. A Chance to Cut
  2. Bruce H. Campbell
  3. pp. E3-E5
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  1. “We Need to Cut the Neck!”: Confronting Psychological and Moral Distress during Emergency Cricothyrotomy
  2. Stephanie Cooper
  3. pp. E5-E9
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  1. Sweating the Small Stuff
  2. Tim Cunningham
  3. pp. E9-E11
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  1. If You’re Not Part of the Solution . . .
  2. Sarah Giles
  3. pp. E11-E13
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  1. Moral Distress for the Physician Assistant
  2. Sharyn L. Kurtz
  3. pp. E13-E16
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  1. A New Graduate Nurse’s Story
  2. Jill Mount
  3. pp. E16-E18
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  1. Moral Distress in Academic Medicine: My Brother’s Keeper?
  2. Lauren B. Smith
  3. pp. E18-E20
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