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2010 | 2 | nr 2 | 36--42
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Gender, Globalization and Ethics in Public Healthcare System : the Challenges of Nurses-managers in Engaging Moral Dilemmas

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The study aimed at shedding light on women nurses-mangers' experiences of ethical dilemmas in the era of dual concerns: free-market based health care policy and an increasing emphasis on professional ethical responsibility. The research focused on nurses-managers' experiences of daily practice. It examined the role of gender and of globalization culture in nurses' construal of these experiences and their actual responses to ethical issues. The study was based on qualitative methodology: focus groups and individual interviews. The findings revealed a great deal of moral dilemmas faced by nurses-managers, most caused by the free-market culture - greater emphasis on personal responsibility and individualization of risks related - and conflicting professional and gender culture in their relations with physicians. Nurses-managers actively engage some of these dilemmas by means of action-focused modes whereas other ethical issues are dealt with through emotion-focused modes. (original abstract)
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