Nurse bullying: organizational considerations in the maintenance and perpetration of health care bullying cultures.

@article{Lewis2006NurseBO,
  title={Nurse bullying: organizational considerations in the maintenance and perpetration of health care bullying cultures.},
  author={Malcolm A Lewis},
  journal={Journal of nursing management},
  year={2006},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={52-8}
}
AIM To examine bullying within nursing from a micro-sociological perspective and elucidate interactive mechanisms contributing to its causes and continuation within the nursing profession. BACKGROUND The paper is part of a doctoral research study into bullying within nursing. It considers issues pertinent to management, and in the role of negotiated interactions within the National Health Service when dealing with bullying problems. The complex dynamics involved can be problematic for… CONTINUE READING

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