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Moral Distress Among Clinicians Working in US Safety Net Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study

Description
Explores the causes and levels of moral distress experienced by clinicians treating low-income primary care, dental, and behavioral health patients in safety net practices and participating in education loan repayment programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Features statistics on reported degree of moral distress related to work experienced during the pandemic, with breakdowns by discipline and practice type, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Indian Health Service or tribal site, and Rural Health Clinics.
Author(s)
Donald E. Pathman, Jeffrey Sonis, Thomas E Rauner, et al.
Citation
BMJ Open, 2022
Date
08/2022
Type
Document
Tagged as
Behavioral health workforce · Dental workforce · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Infectious diseases · Loans, loan repayment, and loan forgiveness for health careers · Mental health · Occupational health and safety · Primary care · Rural Health Clinics · Statistics and data · Stress and stress disorders