Striking a Balance

July 24, 2017

Between Safe Spaces and Physician Skill in Medicine

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How can nurses show resilience in the face of moral distress? In August 2016, 45 nurse leaders, clinicians, researchers, ethicists, and key stakeholders convened to discuss that very question in a Symposium

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Top Posts for 2016

January 4, 2017

Our top posts of 2016

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After nearly 30 years of research into moral distress there are no clear-cut answers for how to reduce its detrimental impact. In August, 46 nurse leaders convened at Johns Hopkins to address these challenges

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Getting Over the Hurdles

June 10, 2016

To Partner with Patients in Decision-Making. Our Peter Young reflects on challenges and opportunities after hearing D. Watkins’ keynote at the Partnering with Patients in Decision-Making Conference

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Rise, Baltimore

April 21, 2016

Our Peter Young attended the Baltimore debut of “Rise” and reflects on his experiences

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After attending a lecture on deindustrialization in Baltimore (one of six in a series), our Peter Young reflects on the issues raised related to race, justice, and health

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Play Review: Under the Skin

January 29, 2016

Our own Peter Young reviews Everyman Theater’s Under the Skin, which features an inside look at the ethical complexities of kidney donation within a broken family. Is blood truly thicker than water?

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