restricted access   Volume 3, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

Editors’ Note

p. v

Narrative Symposium

The Many Faces of Moral Distress Among Clinicians: Introduction

pp. 89-93

Personal Narratives

What Power Do I Have?: A Nursing Student’s Concerns Lead to a Passion for Ethics

pp. 93-95

The Sanctity of Life—: The Sanctity of Choice

pp. 95-98

To Nurse Better

pp. 98-100

The Power of Persuasion

pp. 101-103

Carmen Miranda

pp. 103-106

When Moral Uncertainty Becomes Moral Distress

pp. 106-109

“Can They Do This?”: Dealing with Moral Distress after Third–Party Termination of the Doctor–Patient Relationship

pp. 109-112

Moral Distress: The Face of Workplace Bullying

pp. 112-114

A Threat to Selfhood: Moral Distress and the Psychiatric Training Culture

pp. 115-117

Black Horseman Lane: A Reflection

pp. 117-120

These Things I Believe

pp. 120-122

“Please Help Me”

pp. 122-124

Personal Narratives (Web Only Content)

The Road to Redemption

pp. E1-E3

A Chance to Cut

pp. E3-E5

“We Need to Cut the Neck!”: Confronting Psychological and Moral Distress during Emergency Cricothyrotomy

pp. E5-E9

Sweating the Small Stuff

pp. E9-E11

If You’re Not Part of the Solution . . .

pp. E11-E13

Moral Distress for the Physician Assistant

pp. E13-E16

A New Graduate Nurse’s Story

pp. E16-E18

Moral Distress in Academic Medicine: My Brother’s Keeper?

pp. E18-E20


Emotional Labor among Healthcare Professionals: The Effects are Undeniable

pp. 125-129

Writing Wrongs: On Narratives of Moral Distress

pp. 131-137

The Gift of Voice

pp. 139-145

Moral Distress and Moral Disempowerment

pp. 147-151

Research Articles

The Content of Hope in Ambulatory Patients with Colon Cancer

pp. 153-164

Analyzing Reflective Narratives to Assess the Ethical Reasoning of Pediatric Residents

pp. 165-174

Case Study

A Case of Deceptive Mastectomy

pp. 175-181