'How could these people do this sort of stuff and then we have to look after them?' Ethical dilemmas of nursing in the Northern Ireland conflict

Greta Jones, Farhat Manzoor, James McKenna

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    Abstract

    The article explores a series of ethical and professional dilemmas that typified nursing practice during the ‘Troubles’ especially from the period 1968 to 1994 when the first IRA ceasefire was called. It is based primarily upon the testimonies of nurses themselves about their experiences during the conflict. This piece is part of work on medical professional ethics undertaken with the help of the Nuffield Trust.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages36-44
    JournalOral History
    Volume35
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Professional Ethics
    Nurses
    Northern Ireland
    Ethical Dilemmas
    Nursing
    Testimony

    Keywords

    • Northern Ireland
    • Troubles
    • ethics
    • dilemmas

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