Bullying in Nursing

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Essay #: 065854
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Bullying in Nursing
Introduction:
Bullying is a global issue which is not confined to nursing but is found in every type of workplace and especially education and business. The RNAO (2010) regards all forms of violence in the nursing workplace as a multidimensional issue which originates in misuse of power and bullying is one form of such violence. Bullying in nursing is an especially significant phenomenon since it is occurring during the current nursing shortage. Bullying negatively impacts on the physical and psychological health of victims and also is detrimental to work performance (Johnson, 2009). This paper will examine the issue from the social and cultural perspective as well as from the critical feminist approach. Bullying is...
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.....ng nurses. International Nursing Review, 56, 34-40.
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Link to Article/News item
http://www.rnao.org/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=3410