the root cause of bullying amongst nurses is the first step in building effective strategies to confront this behavior. Nurses who implement the categories of Making Things Right have been able to effectively assess the situation and react appropriately. Additional research has shown that incorporating mentors within the healthcare setting can “have a direct influence on nurses’ longevity in a healthcare organization, thereby strengthening the nursing workforce” (Frederick, 2014, p. 587).
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