Do you communicate assertively at work?
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Do you communicate assertively at work?

Kathy Oxtoby Health journalist

Expressing concern about issues that may affect patient safety or team working is a vital nursing skill

Assertiveness is a key skill for nurses in their everyday communication and in the delivery of high-quality care. We asked experts in the profession about the value of communicating assertively as a nurse and how to develop this quality.

Mental Health Practice. 27, 4, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/mhp.27.4.18.s7

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