Nursing Ethics

(The H4-Index of Nursing Ethics is 24. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Self-care strategies in response to nurses’ moral injury during COVID-19 pandemic164
Moral injury in healthcare professionals: A scoping review and discussion158
Ethical dilemmas, perceived risk, and motivation among nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic131
Nurses’ ethical challenges caring for people with COVID-19: A qualitative study119
Healthcare workers’ stress when caring for COVID-19 patients: An altruistic perspective113
Moral distress in nurses caring for patients with Covid-19107
Priority-setting dilemmas, moral distress and support experienced by nurses and physicians in the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in Norway87
Spirituality in nursing: A concept analysis55
Moral distress: Developing strategies from experience48
Moral distress: A concept clarification48
Unmet care needs of older people: A scoping review46
The meaning of dignity for older adults: A meta-synthesis40
Nurses' moral distress in end-of-life care: A qualitative study34
Ethical care during COVID-19 for care home residents with dementia33
Older people’s perceived autonomy in residential care: An integrative review32
COVID-19-related deaths in long-term care: The moral failure to care and prepare32
Moral distress interventions: An integrative literature review29
Self-care as an ethical obligation for nurses29
Moral distress perspectives among interprofessional intensive care unit team members29
Nurse managers’ perspectives on working with everyday ethics in long-term care28
Ethical issues related to eHealth: An integrative review26
Compassion fatigue as bruises in the soul: A qualitative study on nurses26
Nurses’ challenges, concerns and unfair requirements during the COVID-19 outbreak25
Ethical climate and moral distress in paediatric oncology nursing24
Moral distress in emergency and critical care nurses: A metaethnography24