Nursing Ethics and Disaster Triage Applying Utilitarian Ethical Theory

The authors contrast the principles underlying everyday triage with those underlying disaster triage. They note that a “lack of standards and distinct guidelines” could cause distress for nurses, who are expected to act against their normal standards and inclinations when caring for patients during a disaster.
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