It Wasn't All COVID-19: Resident Distress and Reasons for It Among Different Specialties During the Pandemic
Traditional stresses of residency training were subjected to the demands of the pandemic.
Anger, resentment and the unvaccinated COVID-19 patient
Do no harm, even though your patient might.
What sports training can teach medical education
One lesson worth considering.
Moral distress, physician wellness and bioethics training: What the COVID-19 pandemic tells us about the future
One lesson is that moral distress and ethical challenges may be more frequent and impactful in medical care than previously realized.
Now it is moral injury: The COVID-19 pandemic and moral distress
Moral distress for physicians may now evolve into moral injury given the gravity, complexity and frequency of ethical challenges and moral dilemmas being presented by the pandemic
It’s not moral injury: It’s burnout (or something else)
The use of this term moral injury and the importation of this concept from the military should be done with caution and humility, if at all.
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