A new model of bullying in the nursing workplace: Organizational characteristics as critical antecedents

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Journal article
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Hutchinson Marie et al. 2008, 'A new model of bullying in the nursing workplace: Organizational characteristics as critical antecedents', Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. E60-E71.
Issue Date:
2008
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Providing a safe work environment where nurses can practice without fear or threat of aggression is acknowledged as a critical global issue for healthcare organizations. Although there has been growing recognition that workplace bullying is one of the most concerning forms of aggression experienced by nurses, to date, there has been little progress in developing explanatory models. In this article, we outline our recently validated model of bullying, which specifies organizational characteristics as critical antecedents. The model has important implications for the management of bullying, identifying that to be effective, interventions need to address features of workplace climate.
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