Objective: To map the ethical and legal dilemmas related to nursing practice in emergencies and disasters situations. Method: Protocol conducted from JBI methodology, using the extension of the PRISMA-ScR checklist. The search for the sources will be carried out in databases and portals of scientific information: LILACS, IBECS, BDENF, Elsevier, Embase and CINAHL, in addition to gray literature. The selection will take place by two reviewers, using Rayyan software. Disagreements will be dealt with by a third reviewer. The data extraction and synthesis will be guided by a form. In this sense, the following steps will be operationalized: Identification of research question; identification of relevant studies; selection of studies; data extraction separation, summarization and results report; dissemination of results. The final results will be presented in tables and narrative discussion. Revision record in the Open Science Framework: osf.io/zgpfw.
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