disruptive behavior

How to meet the challenge of disruptive patients

Disruptive patients can be challenging for even the most experienced nurse. Learn how identify those at high risk for disruptive behavior and strategies for defusing a person who…

New study on physician disruptive behavior released

The American College of Physician Executives and QuantiaMD have released a survey and white paper, “Disruptive Physician Behavior.” More than 70% physicians surveyed reported that disruptive physician behavior…

Nurses’ essential role in supporting professionalism

Key takeaways – Most nurses behave professionally and ethically. – A tiered approach to intervention when unprofessional behavior occurs offers the opportunity for self-directed, nonpunitive change that prevents…
what if youre the bully

What if you’re the bully?

 Self-awareness and honest feedback can help you make a change. Takeaways: Bullying and incivility are prevalent in the nursing profession, so we each need to determine if and…

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