A DAISY Nurse: Moral Distress and End-of-Life Decisions in the Pediatric Setting

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Abstract

What does it mean to be a “DAISY nurse”? Moral distress and end-of-life issues are difficult in any situation but, within the context of a pediatric setting, can be even more difficult. In this column, a DAISY nurse shares her thoughts on her role, her professional journey to explore moral distress and ethical decision making, and the lessons learned that led to her recognition with The DAISY Award and the joyful celebration.

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