David Kenneth Wright
David Kenneth Wright
Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Ottawa
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Creating a healthy workplace for new‐generation nurses
M Lavoie‐Tremblay, D Wright, N Desforges, C Gélinas, C Marchionni, ...
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 40 (3), 290-297, 2008
Relational and embodied knowing: Nursing ethics within the interprofessional team
D Wright, S Brajtman
Nursing ethics 18 (1), 20-30, 2011
End-of-life delirium: issues regarding recognition, optimal management, and the role of sedation in the dying phase
SH Bush, MM Leonard, M Agar, JA Spiller, A Hosie, DK Wright, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 48 (2), 215-230, 2014
Treating an established episode of delirium in palliative care: expert opinion and review of the current evidence base with recommendations for future development
SH Bush, S Kanji, JL Pereira, DHJ Davis, DC Currow, DJ Meagher, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 48 (2), 231-248, 2014
Suffering and medicalization at the end of life: The case of physician-assisted dying
H Karsoho, JR Fishman, DK Wright, ME Macdonald
Social Science & Medicine 170, 188-196, 2016
New nurses' experience of their role within interprofessional health care teams in mental health
L Schwartz, D Wright, M Lavoie-Tremblay
Archives of psychiatric nursing 25 (3), 153-163, 2011
Nurses’ moral experiences of assisted death: a meta-synthesis of qualitative research
J Elmore, DK Wright, M Paradis
Nursing Ethics 25 (8), 955-972, 2018
Clinical practice guidelines for delirium management: potential application in palliative care
SH Bush, E Bruera, PG Lawlor, S Kanji, DHJ Davis, M Agar, DK Wright, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 48 (2), 249-258, 2014
Human relationships at the end of life: An ethical ontology for practice
D Wright, S Brajtman, V Bitzas
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing 11 (4), 219-227, 2009
Developing guidelines on the assessment and treatment of delirium in older adults at the end of life
S Brajtman, D Wright, DB Hogan, P Allard, V Bruto, D Burne, L Gage, ...
Canadian geriatrics journal: CGJ 14 (2), 40, 2011
Physicians and euthanasia: a Canadian print-media discourse analysis of physician perspectives
DK Wright, JR Fishman, H Karsoho, S Sandham, ME Macdonald
CMAJ open 3 (2), E134, 2015
Delirium as letting go: An ethnographic analysis of hospice care and family moral experience
DK Wright, S Brajtman, B Cragg, ME Macdonald
Palliative medicine 29 (10), 959-966, 2015
Relational dimensions of a positive integration experience for new mental health nurses
D Wright, M Lavoie-Tremblay, U Drevniok, H Racine, H Savignac
Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 25 (3), 164-173, 2011
Let's talk about sex: Promoting staff dialogue on a mental health nursing unit
D Wright, C Pugnaire-Gros
Journal for Nurses in Professional Development 26 (6), 250-255, 2010
Constructing physician-assisted dying: the politics of evidence from permissive jurisdictions in Carter v. Canada
H Karsoho, DK Wright, ME Macdonald, JR Fishman
Mortality 22 (1), 45-59, 2017
Toward better care of delirious patients at the end of life: a pilot study of an interprofessional educational intervention
S Brajtman, D Wright, P Hall, SH Bush, E Bekele
Journal of interprofessional care 26 (5), 422-425, 2012
A relational ethical approach to end-of-life delirium
DK Wright, S Brajtman, ME Macdonald
Journal of pain and symptom management 48 (2), 191-198, 2014
Coping with moral distress–The experiences of intensive care nurses: An interpretive descriptive study
D Forozeiya, B Vanderspank-Wright, FF Bourbonnais, D Moreau, ...
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 53, 23-29, 2019
Personhood: An evolutionary concept analysis for nursing ethics, theory, practice, and research
M Sofronas, DK Wright, FA Carnevale
Nursing forum 53 (4), 406-415, 2018
Theory inspired practice for end-of-life cancer care: An exploration of the McGill Model of Nursing
DK Wright, CP Gros
Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal/Revue canadienne de soins infirmiers en …, 2012
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