Anger: the mismanaged emotion.

  title={Anger: the mismanaged emotion.},
  author={Sandra P. Thomas},
  journal={Dermatology nursing},
  volume={15 4},
Mismanaged anger is a significant problem in health care settings. Research-based information is presented on the angry emotionality that nurses frequently encounter. Gender differences in anger are examined. Strategies are presented for dealing with angry patients, physicians, and colleagues. 

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