Incivility

Incivility

In nursing we are used to terms such as, “eating our young” in the transition from student to graduate nurse, some call this plain ‘bullying‘. Take a look at the below presentation on incivility and look at some of themes that we could incorporate into the healthcare workplace to enhance teamwork within nursing and across the multi-disciplinary team.

Why Being Nice To Your Coworker Is Good For Business by Christine Porath at TEDx University of Nevada

Incivility in Healthcare Resources

Altmiller, G. (2012). Student perceptions of incivility in nursing education: Implications for educators. Nursing Education Perspectives33(1), 15-20.

Clark, C. (2008). The dance of incivility in nursing education as described by nursing faculty and studentsAdvances in Nursing Science31(4), E37-E54.

Spence Laschinger, H. K., Leiter, M., Day, A., & Gilin, D. (2009). Workplace empowerment, incivility, and burnout: Impact on staff nurse recruitment and retention outcomes. Journal of Nursing Management, 17(3), 302-311.

Sprunk, E. A. (2013). Student incivility: Nursing faculty lived experience.

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