Breaking the Cycle of Horizontal Violence
Barbara A Brunt, MN, RN-BC, NE-BC, FABC
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Conner, Debra J. Nogueras; Adelman, Deborah S. (12/19/2013)Bullying, horizontal, or lateral violence, and incivility are all terms that are used to describe aggressive behaviors seen in nursing practice between nurses. How and why these behaviors arise has been studied in recent ...
Wallace, Jenna R.; Tucker, BarbaraHorizontal violence, or bullying, among nurses has been a common phenomena in nursing. This violence is often referred to as, 'nurses eating their young.' In this research, the experiences of horizontal violence during ...
Brunt, Barbara; Benson, ChristineThe purpose of this study was to examine what factors contribute to the occurrence of horizontal violence (HV) perceived by nurses in a hospital setting. By identifying what factors contribute to HV, strategies to combat ...
Howard, Matthew S.; Embree, Jennifer L.Presentation file to be uploaded at a later date.As the issue of incivility, lateral and horizontal violence, and bullying continue in nursing, strategies are needed to address and eliminate hostile work environments. ...
Howard, Matthew S.; Embree, Jennifer L.Incivility and bullying in nursing is a widespread issue. In hectic and stressful environments, such as academic medical centers, harassment in the workplace have a cumulative adverse effect. When situations become volatile, ...