Student satisfaction related to basic civility strategies implemented in an entry level nursing course
Sandra Rogers, PhD, MBA, BSN, Department of Nursing, Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia, USA
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Uncivil nursing student behavior has been linked to uncivil clinical behaviors, which can result in poor patient outcomes. Understanding the problem of incivility and implementing effective classroom strategies is crucial to build an environment of trust and transparency and can improve civility in the classroom and clinical setting.
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