Mobbing in the workplace by peers and managers: mobbing experienced by nurses working in healthcare facilities in Turkey and its effect on nurses.

@article{Yldrm2007MobbingIT,
  title={Mobbing in the workplace by peers and managers: mobbing experienced by nurses working in healthcare facilities in Turkey and its effect on nurses.},
  author={Aytolan Yıldırım and D. Yıldırım},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 8},
  pages={
          1444-53
        }
}
AIM This research was conducted as a descriptive and cross-sectional study with the purpose of determining the mobbing experienced by nurses who work in healthcare facilities in Turkey, its emotional, social and physiological effects on the nurses and the actions that the individuals take to escape from the mobbing. BACKGROUND The term 'mobbing', which includes workplace terrorizing, pressure, frightening, belittling and psycho-terror, is defined as the presence of systematic, directed… Expand
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