Why are nurses more likely than other NHS staff to be bullied?
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Why are nurses more likely than other NHS staff to be bullied?

The support NHS staff can get and what regulators and managers can do to address a toxic culture that is damaging to nurses and poses a risk to patients

There is no denying that there is a chronic bullying culture in the NHS. Over the past decade, NHS staff surveys have continued to show that at least one quarter of nurses have experienced bullying from colleagues, patients or relatives.

Nursing Standard. 37, 7, 35-38. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.7.35.s19

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