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Protective factors of ethical conflict during a pandemic-Quali-Ethics-COVID-19 research part 2 : An international qualitative study / Anna Falcó-Pegueroles, Elena Viola, Sílvia Poveda-Moral, Dolors Rodríguez-Martín, Gemma Via-Clavero, Serena Barello, Alejandro Bosch-Alcaraz, Loris Bonetti

Creator: Falcó-Pegueroles, Anna [autor].
Creators: Viola, Elena [autor] | Poveda-Moral, Silvia [autor] | Rodríguez Martín, Dolors [autor] | Via-Clavero, Gemma [autor] | Barello, Serena [autor] | Bonetti, Loris [autor] | Escola Universitària d'Infermeria i Teràpia Ocupacional de Terrassa.
Material type: ArticleArticleContent type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líneaNew identifier: doi: 10.1111/jocn.16754Subject(s): COVID-19 (Malaltia) | Ètica infermera | Ètica mèdica | Cures intensives | Humanització en salut | Investigació qualitativa | Professors -- EUIT | Ethics | Intensive care unit | Nurses | Pandemic | Physicians | Protective factors | Qualitative research | Ètica | Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos | Enfermeras | Pandemia | Médicos | Factores de protección | Investigación cualitativaGenre/Form: info:eu-repo/semantics/article | info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersionOnline resources: Enllaç permanent | Accés lliure pdf | Accés lliure (adreça alternativa) | Almetric: Cites | Google Acadèmic: Cites | PubMed: Cites | Semantic scholar: Cites In: Journal of Clinical Nursing 2023 Mai 15Summary: Aims and Objectives To determine which factors can be considered protective of ethical conflicts in intensive care unit healthcare professionals during a pandemic. Background The COVID-19 pandemic gave rise to new ethical concerns in relation to the management of public health and the limitations on personal freedom. Continued exposure to ethical conflict can have a range of psychological consequences. Design A qualitative design based on phenomenological approach. Methods A total of 38 nurses and physicians who were regular staff members of Barcelona and Milan's public tertiary university hospitals and working in intensive care units during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Semi-structured online in-depth interviews were conducted. A thematic analysis was performed by two independent researchers following the seven steps of Colaizzi's methods. We adhere COREQ guidelines. Results One theme ‘Protective factors of ethical conflict in sanitary crisis’ and four subthemes emerged from the data: (1) knowledge of the infectious disease, (2) good communication environment, (3) psychological support and (4) keeping the same work team together. Conclusions Four elements can be considered protective factors of ethical conflict for healthcare professionals during a sanitary crisis. While some of these factors have already been described, the joint identification of this set of four factors as a single element is, in itself, novel. This should help in ensuring the right mechanisms are in place to face future pandemics and should serve to improve institutional organisation and guarantee safe and high-quality patient care in times of healthcare crisis.
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This study had been funded partially by the Nurse and Society Foundation (www.infermeriaisocietat.cat) Official College of Nurses of Barcelona (Spain) as a part of the Nurse Research Project Grants (PR-455-2020).

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