Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations.

  title={Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations.},
  author={Russell Mannion and Huw T. O. Davies},
  journal={International journal of health policy and management},
  volume={4 8},
'Whistleblowing' has come to increased prominence in many health systems as a means of identifying and addressing quality and safety issues. But whistleblowing - and the reactions to it - have many complex and ambiguous aspects that need to be considered as part of the broader (organisational) cultural dynamics of healthcare institutions. 
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