Are institutions educating baccalaureate students to feel comfortable speaking up for patient safety?
Catherine Walsh, PhD; Nicole Hall, EdD, MSN -- School of Nursing, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland, USA
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Speaking up is recognized as a duty that nurses have and as a means to improve patient safety yet there are barriers to it being utilized. There is an opportunity to educate nursing students so they are more comfortable speaking up when they have a patient concern.
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