Critical care nurses’ inner turmoil over others’ treatment decision can lead to higher turnover. Featuring comments from our Cynda Rushton

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Our Cynda Rushton joins the Joy in Medicine Podcast hosts to discuss her Mindful Ethical Practice and Resilience Academy (MEPRA)

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Citing moral distress as a major factor, Professor Cynda Rushton, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Berman Institute of Bioethics, developed a mindfulness program that helps professionals identify and cope with ethical dilemmas. The idea is to help frontline staff address those issues while staying in the field

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One patient’s death changed the course of Dr. Lilia Cervantes’ career. The patient, Cervantes says, was a woman from Mexico with kidney failure who repeatedly visited the emergency room for more than three years

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In this video, our Dr. Cynda Rushton discusses her work on the topic of moral resilience, the six themes involved in moral resilience, and how it is crucial in addressing moral distress. Watch now:

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Mindful Ethical Practice and Resilience Academy at Johns Hopkins helps nurses speak up, address moral dilemmas and move on in a healthy manner – with comment from our Cynda Rushton

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Never Too Late to Operate?

February 28, 2018

Surgery near the end of life is common, costly. Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare patients undergo an operation in their final year of life

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Burnout continues to be a pervasive problem among physicians

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