The Relationships Among Moral Distress, Self-Transcendence and Professional Autonomy in Nurses Provided Care for Elderly Patients with Cognitive Impairment in Acute Care Hospitals.
Chizuru Sakaguchi; Mayumi Tsutsui; Isa Hemmi
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