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Hospitals would not be able to function without the assistance of nurses carrying out the physicians’ orders. From personal experience, the author has witnessed accounts of horizontal violence committed by a physician towards a nurse. He can remember an instance in which a doctor became very upset because he was not notified about a laboratory report on one of his patients. The nurse stated t... ... middle of paper ... ... Louis, MO: Elsevier. Echevarria, I.
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Bullying behaviour often renders the workplace a harmful, fearful and abusive environment and has a devastating effect on the nurse, healthcare team and patient. This essay will discuss the issue of bullying within the nursing profession, with a particular focus on the experiences of graduate nurses. The contributing historical, social, political and economic factors will be explored in order to better understand the origins of this trend. The subsequent impact of bullying on nursing practice will be analysed and recommendations for practice, supported by current literature, will be provided. Workplace bullying is defined as any as any type of repetitive abuse in which the victim of the bullying behaviour suffers verbal abuse, threats, humiliating or intimidating behaviours, or behaviours that interfere with his or her job performance and are meant to place at risk the health and safety of the victim (Murray, 2009).
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