Enhancing undergraduate nursing students’ knowledge and self-efficacy about workplace bullying: A quasi-experimental study
Abeer A. Alraja, MSN and Donna Martin, PhD
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The topic of bullying is not new in healthcare and it is a widespread problem that impacts nursing students and nurses worldwide. This study will examine the effectiveness of an innovative intervention that prepares nursing students to identify and manage this phenomenon before they start their nursing career.
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