7 Ways to Address Moral Injury in Nurses

Acute Care
Moral Injury & Self-Care

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Moral Injury has been described as a “deep soul wound” that occurs when a person feels they must take actions, or witness actions, that violate their deeply held moral beliefs.¹ Nurses have an inherent calling to care for others, and may experience moral injury when they are unable to ensure that patients receive the care they need or when they feel their teams are not meeting high standards of care. Moral Injury in Nurses Infographic