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Navigating ethical dilemmas in complex care settings

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By: Kara Curry, MA, RN, senior policy and ethics 
advisor for the ANA Center for Ethics and Human Rights

Better ethical preparedness I work in a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), and we’ve had four deaths in the last week. While I 
recognize death isn’t avoidable in this setting, the ethical challenges associated with some of these 
cases have left me feeling distressed. How can I 
better prepare to help families, as well as…

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