Conclusion Bullying is something that you will experience in your career at

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Conclusion Bullying is something that you will experience in your career at some point. That being said, the term “nurses eat their young” needs to stop. Although my kind deamenor attempts to outweigh the negativity that is placed within our role, I am out numbered. Organizations should
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6 look at real reasons of nurse turn over, and patient outcomes. They should analyze at what impact workplace bullying has upon their nurse turn over ratios’ and if patients would have improved results to discharge if nurses collaborated with care better. It is my hope that one day there will be no animosity between nurses. References Tampa General Hospital. (n.d.). Shared Purpose Statement. Retrieved from
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7 Mills, C.B., Keller, M., Chilcutt, A., & Nelson, M.D. (2019). No Laughing Matter: Workplace Bullying, Humor Orientation, and Leadership Styles. Workplace Health & Safety, 67 (4), 159. Retrieved from ? direct=true&db=edb&AN=135522219&site=eds-live&scope=site Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Bullying. Retrieved from - webster.com/dictionary/bullying Colduvell, K. (2017). Nurse Bullying: Stand Up And Speak Out. Retrieved from Thompson, R. (2016). Strategies for Eliminating Nurse-to-Nurse Bullying. Healthy Work Enviornments, 22, 18–19. Retrieved from - environment/Strategies-for-Eliminating-MSM-Mar13-1.pdf Joint Commission. (2016). Bullying has no place in healthcare. Retrieved from Tampa General Hospital. (2018). Workplace Bullies Can Threaten the Heart. Retrieved from Strandmark, M., & Rahm, G. (2014). Development, implementation and evaluation of a process to prevent and combat workplace bullying - Margaretha Strandmark, Gullbritt Rahm, 2014. Retrieved from Berry, P. A., Gillespie, G. L., Fisher, B. S., & Gormley, D. K. (2016). Recognizing, Confronting, and Eliminating Workplace Bullying - Peggy Ann Berry, Gordon L. Gillespie, Bonnie S.
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8 Fisher, Denise K. Gormley, 2016. Retrieved from Granstra, K. (2015). Nurse Against Nurse: Horizontal Bullying in the Nursing Profession. Journal of Healthcare Management , 60 (4), 249–257. doi: 10.1097/00115514- 201507000-00006 Wright, W., & Khatri, N. (2015). Bullying among nursing staff: Relationship with... : Health Care Management Review. Retrieved from ff__Relationship_with.6.aspx
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