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To help understand what moral distress looks like and how to manage and prevent it, the Society of Critical Care Medicine recently hosted the webcast Managing Moral Distress During a Pandemic.
In 1984, moral distress was defined as the psychological distress of being constrained from acting on what is known to be right.1 The impact of moral distress on healthcare professionals has been in the spotlight as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To help understand what moral distress looks like and how to manage and prevent it, the Society of Critical Care Medicine recently hosted the webcast “Managing Moral Distress During a Pandemic.”
The webcast was moderated by Joshua Kayser, MD, MPH, MBE, FCCM, professor of clinical medicine and medical ethics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and section chief of medical critical care and the medical ICU director at the Corporal Michael J. Crescenz Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Kayser moderated a panel comprising these faculty:
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