There is an epidemic of bullying and incivility in healthcare, and it has to change. It not only affects morale and retention, but it also
Bullying and incivility in healthcare are problems. We’ve ALL heard the phrase “nurses eat their young” yet bad behavior continues. Why? Dealing with human behavior
Life isn’t meant to be lived alone. Not only do we need food and shelter to survive, but we also need socialization. In fact, the
Over the last 10 years, I’ve talked with many healthcare leaders about their attempts to hold employees accountable for professional behavior. When they FINALLY decide
Have you ever worked with someone who complained constantly? I bet you have. I remember a small group of nurses on the first unit I ever worked.
Everyday of my life, a nurse reaches out to me asking for helping regarding a bullying situation. Seriously – EVERYDAY! When I check my email
73% of all nurses report experiencing bullying or witnessing bullying by their nurse colleagues. Knowing that there are approximately 3.1 million nurses practicing in the
Nancy couldn’t take it anymore. She had silently watched Rachel, the charge nurse, sabotage, intimidate, and torture any nurse she didn’t like. Everyone was afraid
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