What becomes of the whistleblowers?

Blackwell Publishing Ltd
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Journal Of Clinical Nursing, 2008, 17 (10), pp. 1261 - 1262
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The author reflects on the issue concerning whistleblowing in the health care industry. She asserts that whistleblowing focuses on the disclosure of misconduct and breaches carried by health care organisation which affects the services it provide to the public. The author contends that effective measures in addressing the issue includes ensuring fairness between the parties involved. She stresses that strategies should be considered in clearly evaluating wrongdoings within the industry.
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