Nurses Involved In Whistleblowing Incidents: Sequelae For Their Families

Royal College of Nursing, Australia
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Collegian, 2011, 18 (3), pp. 101 - 106
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Nurses involved in whistleblowing often face economic and emotional retaliation, victimization and abuse. Yet for many nurses, one major part of their whistleblowing experience is the negative impact it has on their families. This paper reports findings
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