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      The effect of ethics training on students recognizing ethical violations and developing moral sensitivity.

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          Moral sensitivity is a life-long cognitive ability. It is expected that nurses who work in a professional purpose at "curing human beings" should have a highly developed moral sensitivity. The general opinion is that ethics education plays a significant role in this sense to enhance the moral sensitivity in terms of nurses' professional behaviors and distinguish ethical violations.

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          Journal
          Nurs Ethics
          Nursing ethics
          SAGE Publications
          1477-0989
          0969-7330
          Sep 2015
          : 22
          : 6
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Gazi University, Turkey gocmenzehra@yahoo.com.
          [2 ] Gazi University, Turkey.
          Article
          0969733014542673
          10.1177/0969733014542673
          25096245
          865ba1f5-ccc7-4cf2-9a3e-70f8915d3930
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          Ethical violations,ethics,ethics training,moral sensitivity,nursing

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