Review the Moral Distress and Intent to Leave tool (MDS-R) by Hamrick. This tool

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Review the Moral Distress and Intent to Leave tool
(MDS-R) by Hamrick. This tool is to be used as a
survey of the nursing staff on the Oncology Unit at a
major hospital. The Nursing Research Council has to
approve the use of this Moral Distress and Intent to
Leave Tool.
Review: Borhani, F., Abbaszadeh, A., Nakhaee, N.,
Roshanzadeh, M. (2014) The relationship between
moral distress, professional stress, and intent to stay
in the nursing profession. Journal of Medical Ethics
and History of Medicine, 7(3).
+ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
1. What ethical standard of
ANA does administering
this survey meet?
2 What ethical
considerations must the
nurse researcher in the
hospital consider before
giving out the survey?
3 How could this tool
promote provision and
quality patient care?
4How can a nurse be an
advocate for herself?
5. Do you vote as a member
of the NRC to approve the
use of this Moral Distress
and Intent to Leave Tool?

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