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The ethical complexities of saving extremely premature babies : a phenomenological study

Author: Janet Green; Doug Elliott; Philip Darbyshire; Debra Jackson
Publisher: London : SAGE Publications Ltd., 2018.
Series: SAGE Research Methods., Cases.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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The ability to save the life of an extremely premature baby has increased substantially over the past decade. Survival, however, can be associated with unfavorable outcomes for both the baby and the family. Neonatal nurses as the main caregivers for the baby and family are witness to the highs and lows associated with caring for these tiny and fragile humans. The treatments and outcomes of these babies are a source  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Janet Green; Doug Elliott; Philip Darbyshire; Debra Jackson
ISBN: 9781526428356 1526428350
OCLC Number: 1020263848
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Series Title: SAGE Research Methods., Cases.
Responsibility: Janet Green, Doug Elliott, Philip Darbyshire & Debra Jackson.

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The ability to save the life of an extremely premature baby has increased substantially over the past decade. Survival, however, can be associated with unfavorable outcomes for both the baby and the family. Neonatal nurses as the main caregivers for the baby and family are witness to the highs and lows associated with caring for these tiny and fragile humans. The treatments and outcomes of these babies are a source of ethical dilemmas and moral distress in the nurses caring for them. These ethical dilemmas are a sensitive topic, and interviewing about sensitive topics can have an impact on the participants and the researcher. Interviewing on sensitive topics and how to deal with sensitive data will be explored in this case.

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