Workplace verbal abuse, nurse-reported quality of care, and patient safety outcomes among early-career hospital nurses.

  title={Workplace verbal abuse, nurse-reported quality of care, and patient safety outcomes among early-career hospital nurses.},
  author={Hyeonmi Cho and Katie U Pavek and Linsey M. Steege},
  journal={Journal of nursing management},
AIMS To examine differences in early-career nurses' verbal abuse experiences based on their sociodemographic characteristics, and to investigate associations of verbal abuse experiences with nurse-reported care quality and patient safety outcomes. BACKGROUND Few studies have examined the relationships between early-career nurses' verbal abuse experiences and nurse-reported patient care quality and safety outcomes. METHODS Cross-sectional survey data from 799 early-career hospital nurses in… 
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