distress, moral

distress, moral

Response to the inability to carry out one's chosen ethical/moral decision/action.
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"A programme mainly consists of computerised 20-minute sessions facilitated by a narrative imaginary storyline, followed by a 20-minute interactive classroom lesson delivered by a teacher." He added: "The programme, which uses videos and cartoons, has a very high level of success in improving adolescents' knowledge and can change their future attitudes toward situations that relate to illicit drug usage." In addition, CBI can also positively change the negative behaviour that accompanies drug use among teenagers, such as psychological distress, moral disengagement, and school absenteeism.
Moral distress, moral residue, and the crescendo effect.
(2009) Moral distress, moral residue, and the crescendo effect.
McGibbon, Peter and Gallop (2010) posit that there are three conceptualizations of nurses' stress: occupational distress, moral distress, and vicarious traumatization.