Moral drifting and COVID-19 precautions: The Impact on Team Stress Levels in Primary Care
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The COVID-19 pandemic has given more focus on the concept of moral drifting. Moral or ethical drift is characterized as an insidious movement away from ethical behavior. Not only is this phenomenon present with routine tasks such as going to the grocery store, but it is influential and present in a setting being impacted by COVID-19: primary care. Integrated Primary Care and team-based care are incredibly valuable when caring for complex populations but also vital in mitigating the impacts of stress that moral drifting can cause on individual and team functioning.
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Houston BN, Ogbeide S. Moral drifting and COVID-19 precautions: The Impact on Team Stress Levels in Primary Care. Advances in Clinical Medical Research and Healthcare Delivery. 2022; 2(1). doi: 10.53785/2769-2779.1072.
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