MORAL DISTRESS IN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
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POWERPOINT – MORAL DISTRESS IN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING Topic is children/ adolescents, Lundy & Janes: Chapters 12, 24, and 36 Burston, A.S. & Tuckett, A.G. (2012). Moral distress in nursing: Contributing factors, outcomes, and interventions. Nursing Ethics, 20(3), 312-324. DOI: 10.1177 Moral distress is a concept researched in hospital settings be can be present in other situations such as in returning veterans. It exists in all healthcare settings. Read the assigned articles to prepared yourself. You will need to research other resources. Develop a PowerPoint that addresses the following questions related to your assigned topic for your group. Overview and definition of moral distress as it applies to professional public health/ community health nursing practice. Describe an exemplar of potential moral distress in the specific topic area of practice of public/ community health nursing. Who are the stakeholders in this area (Fort Myers, Florida) where moral distress occurs in the community? Examples include but are not limited to healthcare providers, nurses, governmental agencies, community agencies, financial entities, and others. Discuss how moral distress plays into the nurse’s decisions in these types of situations. How do the varying ethical models impact this situation? What can be done to support nursing professionals in this situation? References must support your suggested interventions focusing on the community / public health aspects (not acute care) APA formatting is required. Must be from the 6th edition APA manual. Files uploaded for review. Very important that this is followed.