Deconstructing identity: professional relationships for sustaining morally habitable workplaces
critical reflexivity, intersectionality, professional relationship, social justice
Our professional responsibility as nurses is to enact social justice by changing oppressive structures. However, this may be difficult with competing perspectives in healthcare environments. Deconstructing our identity is foundational if we are to understand how to develop professional relationships with peers to move forward as a collective to enact social justice. A paradigm shift, from one world view to multiplicity, will help us develop insight into our own identities and professional relationships to sustain morally habitable workplaces.
Maykut, C. (2021). Deconstructing identity: Professional relationships for sustaining morally habitable workplaces. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 35(2), 213–217. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apnu.2020.07.021
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