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|Title:||Nurse moral disengagement||Authors:||Fida, Roberta
|Keywords:||Citizenship behaviour;counterproductive work behaviour;moral disengagement;stress;validation||Keywords Plus:||SELF-EFFICACY;WORK;BEHAVIORS;WORKPLACE;AGGRESSION;LEADERSHIP;CONSTRUCT;DISTRESS;ETHICS;CODES||Mesh headings:||Burnout, Professional;Ethics, Nursing;Morals;Nursing Care;Nursing Staff, Hospital||Secondary Mesh headings:||Adult;Attitude of Health Personnel;Education, Nursing, Graduate;Female;Humans;Male;Middle Aged;Qualitative Research;Stress, Psychological||Issue Date:||Aug-2016||Publisher:||SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD||Journal:||Nursing ethics||Abstract:||
Ethics is a founding component of the nursing profession; however, nurses sometimes find it difficult to constantly adhere to the required ethical standards. There is limited knowledge about the factors that cause a committed nurse to violate standards; moral disengagement, originally developed by Bandura, is an essential variable to consider.
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