The Bullying Aspect of Workplace Violence in Nursing

@article{Johnston2010TheBA,
  title={The Bullying Aspect of Workplace Violence in Nursing},
  author={Michelle Johnston and Phylavanh Phanhtharath and B. S. Jackson},
  journal={Critical Care Nursing Quarterly},
  year={2010},
  volume={32},
  pages={287–295}
}
Workplace violence is becoming an issue that all organizations must be aware of. In healthcare organizations, these behaviors, especially that of bullying, are detrimental and affect staff, patients, and outcomes. Healthcare organizations that do not address this issue and instill measures to prevent it will soon see the effects that bullying and other forms of workplace violence can create: those of toxic work environments. Because bullying and other forms of workplace violence have become so… 

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