Weaponised incident reporting and what to do to prevent it
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Weaponised incident reporting and what to do to prevent it

Daniel Allen Health journalist

When bullying, back-covering and defensiveness pervade the workplace culture, colleagues can turn on each other using NHS digital incident reporting systems

Could your eyebrows frighten people at work, or have you ever eaten chocolates meant for a colleague? If so, be warned – you could find yourself being ‘Datixed’.

Nursing Standard. 36, 11, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.11.8.s6

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