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Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia may experience moral distress when faced with ethically challenging situations, such as the inability to provide care that is consistent with their values. The COVID-19 pandemic produced conditions in long-term care homes (hereafter referred to as ‘care homes’) that could potentially contribute to moral distress. We conducted an online survey to examine changes in moral distress during the pandemic, its contributing factors and correlates, and its impact...

Philanthropic donor perspectives about providing harm reduction services for people living with HIV/AIDS in a hospital setting

Katherine Rudzinski, Soo Chan Carusone, Andre Ceranto, Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco, Lisa McDonald, Dean Valentine, Adrian Guta, Elaine Hyshka, William O’Leary, Andra Cardow & Carol Strike
Abstract Background Hospital-based harm reduction services are needed to reduce drug-related harms, facilitate retention in care, and increase medical treatment adherence for people who use drugs. Philanthropic donor support plays a key role in delivering such innovative services which might fall outside current funding streams. However, little is known about how the principles, implementation, and practice of harm reduction services, which are often highly stigmatized, may impact donor behaviours. We explored this issue within Casey...

Philanthropic donor perspectives about providing harm reduction services for people living with HIV/AIDS in a hospital setting

Katherine Rudzinski, Soo Chan Carusone, Andre Ceranto, Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco, Lisa McDonald, Dean Valentine, Adrian Guta, Elaine Hyshka, William O’Leary, Andra Cardow & Carol Strike
Abstract Background Hospital-based harm reduction services are needed to reduce drug-related harms, facilitate retention in care, and increase medical treatment adherence for people who use drugs. Philanthropic donor support plays a key role in delivering such innovative services which might fall outside current funding streams. However, little is known about how the principles, implementation, and practice of harm reduction services, which are often highly stigmatized, may impact donor behaviours. We explored this issue within Casey...

Prevalence, causes, and consequences of moral distress in healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia in long-term care during a pandemic

Lynn Haslam-Larmer, Alisa Grigorovich, Hannah Quirt, Katia Engel, Steven Stewart, Kevin Rodrigues, Pia Kontos, Arlene Astell, Josephine McMurray, AnneMarie Levy, Kathleen S Bingham, Alastair J Flint, Colleen Maxwell & Andrea Iaboni
Healthcare providers caring for people living with dementia may experience moral distress when faced with ethically challenging situations, such as the inability to provide care that is consistent with their values. The COVID-19 pandemic produced conditions in long-term care homes (hereafter referred to as ‘care homes’) that could potentially contribute to moral distress. We conducted an online survey to examine changes in moral distress during the pandemic, its contributing factors and correlates, and its impact...

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