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Harnessing anger in constructive ways

Harnessing our anger in constructive ways

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To: Ethics Advisory Board    From: Distressed RN  Subject: Working with anger and moral outrage   I’m a bedside nurse and during the pandemic I have become increasingly angry and morally outraged. It’s difficult to feel empathy for my patients, especially those who have not taken action to protect their own health. What advice would…

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