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Concept Analysis of Medical Professionals' Ethical Sensitivity Yuko Aoyagi 1,2 1Doctoral Program, St. Luke's International University 2Faculty of Health Care and Nursing, Juntendo University Keyword: 倫理的感受性 , 医療従事者 , 概念分析 , ethical sensitivity , medical professionals , concept analysis pp.27-33
Published Date 2016/12/31
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Purpose: To conduct a concept analysis and clarify the definition of medical professionals' ethical sensitivity.

Method: Rodger's concept analysis method was used. Five databases were searched: MEDLINE, CINAHL Plus with Full Text, PsycINFO, Ichushi Web, and CiNii Articles. Search terms included: “ethical sensitivity”, “moral sensitivity”, and “rinriteki-kanjusei”. A total of 47 published articles were analyzed.

Results: The following five attributes were identified: 1) exhibition of an emotional response to an ethical situation, 2) responsibility for one's role in person-centered medicine, 3) capacity for awareness of ethical issues, 4) capacity for understanding ethical issues, and 5) capacity to take a positive stance towards solving ethical problems. Furthermore, two antecedent factors and three consequences were identified.

Conclusion: Medical professionals' ethical sensitivity was significant contributor to solving ethical problems. This synthetic capacity included not only explaining ethical problems but also taking a positive stance to facing up to these problems.


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電子版ISSN 2185-8888 印刷版ISSN 0287-5330 日本看護科学学会

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