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The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of subtle forms of workplace mistreatment. Workplace mistreatment is known to have detrimental effects on job performance and in nursing may threaten patient care quality. Workplace violence can cause nurses to feel isolated and reluctant to ask peers questions when help is needed, or reluctant to advocate for patients. Nurses that feel isolatedhave higher turnover and may leave the unit or job completely. High turnover on aunit can create a unit of unexperienced nurses resulting in poorer care for patients.This resource is valuable as it proves that workplace violence has unfavorable
MILESTONE THREE5effects on quality nurse care and patient safety. The connection to the proposed PICO(T) question is that the journal article provides a systemic review evaluating the effects of bullying and the effects on patient safety and nurse productivity.Edmonson, C., & Zelonka, C. (2019). Our Own Worst Enemies: The Nurse Bullying Epidemic. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 43(3), 274–279. -org.ezproxy.snhu.edu/10.1097/NAQ.0000000000000353This article focuses on nurse bullying and nursing retention. The article brings awareness to the nursing shortage and the correlation between bullying and that nursing shortage. Nurses being bullied have poor work environments, patient safety is at risk and nursing turnover is greater. Nursing turnover costs the hospitals o organizations a lot of extra money. This article holds value in that it brings awareness to immediately addressing nurse bullying bringing awareness, creating strong anti-bullying policies and enforcing those policies. More awareness and prevention of nurse bullying may cause more nurses to have higher job satisfaction. The connection to the proposed PICO(T) question is that the journal article evaluates workplace bullying, patient safety, retention and the effect on mental health among nurses.
MILESTONE THREE6Longo, J., & Hain, D. (2014). Bullying: A Hidden Threat To Patient Safety. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 41(2), 193–200. Retrieved from -com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=103933054&site=ehost-live&scope=siteThis research article focuses on when nurses are bullied it effects patient’s outcomes and patient safety. It also discusses that when workplace violence is not occurring there is less stress and high job satisfaction. Workplace violence can be