Violence against female student nurses in the workplace.

  title={Violence against female student nurses in the workplace.},
  author={Patricia A Hinchberger},
  journal={Nursing forum},
  volume={44 1},
Violence, harassment, and bullying in the workplace are not new phenomena. However, the growing epidemic of violence in the health sector workplace is raising great concern among workers, employers, and governmental agencies across Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. National and international literature reveals that the prevalence of violence experienced by graduate and undergraduate female nursing students in the college and workplace settings is largely unknown… CONTINUE READING

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