We cannot stay silent about bias and discrimination in the workplace
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We cannot stay silent about bias and discrimination in the workplace

Barry Quinn Consultant editor, Nursing Management

The adage that if I deny or am unaware of my own biases (‘isms’) then the chances are that I will act them out remains true. Central to the richness of life and of being human is the ability to recognise and celebrate one’s own beliefs and values, while learning from and responding to the beliefs and values of others.

Nursing Management. 27, 5, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nm.27.5.5.s1

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