On Ethical (In)Decisions Experienced by Parents of Infants in Neonatal Intensive Care by Michael A. van Manen

On Ethical (In)Decisions Experienced by Parents of Infants in Neonatal Intensive Care by Michael A. van Manen

I was writing my job growth plan for the next quarter, and I wanted to site the Manen research about decision making as a readable peace of phenomenological research. And I figured out, that I do not have the link to it on the blog, or at least not in a way, that I could easily find it. So I am adding this here as the bookmark.

It talks about how people make a life-changing decisions for the newborns. And it is a good example that shows the real decision making. Unlike the economical models, that some want to sale as the realistic description of decision making (it is not).