How can nursing teams improve communication between generations?
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How can nursing teams improve communication between generations?

Erin Dean Health journalist

Five nurses discuss the learning opportunities and challenges in teams that comprise different levels of experience and staff at different career stages

There is a well-known saying that nurses ‘eat their young’ – which suggests there can be times when support and communication between nurses from different generations might be lacking. But does this remain the case in 2024 – or is it an outdated and misleading view of the profession?

Nursing Management. 31, 2, 14-16. doi: 10.7748/nm.31.2.14.s7

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