American Sentinel University’s new e-book, Dr. Renee Thompson’s Series on Nurse Bullying examines the roots of bullying and conflict resolution as Dr. Thompson shares her professional insight on how to best address and eliminate workplace bullying. The e-book is available here.
Research found that 60 percent of new nurses quit their first job within the first six months due to the behavior of their co-workers. And nearly 50 percent of nurses believe that they experience bullying at some time in their careers.
- Why is Bullying So Prevalent in the Nursing Profession?
- Nurse Bullying: Can You Guess Who is “Eating” Whom?
- Common Weapons Nurse Bullies Use Against Their Targets
- Two Powerful Steps to Stop the Cycle of Bullying
Dr. Renee Thompson is a keynote speaker, author, award-winning nurse blogger, and professional development/anti-bullying thought leader. She spends the majority of her time helping healthcare and academic organizations address and eliminate workplace bullying. Learn more about Dr. Thompson at https://rtconnections.com.
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