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Excerpt & Link: The Culture of Safety-Part 1: No Innocent Bystanders

If this excerpt interests you, check out the full article at Nurse.org! …There are no innocent bystanders in nursing practice As nurses, we are aware that disruptive behaviors undermine a culture of safety. The Joint Commission’s Sentinel Event Alert, Behaviors … Continue reading

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Thank You Delta Airlines & Emma Baum: Your Stand about Civility is Critically Important!

Boundaries for appropriate behavior are being tested everywhere in the USA right now.  Regardless of who you voted for,  appropriate i.e. respectful behavior is an expectation that we must all be responsible for.   This means clear expectations and ‘no innocent … Continue reading

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Sometimes Abusive Behavior is Hard to Recognize!

But not always! I could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t loose any voters…–Donald Trump Iowa Rally 2016 Presidential Campaign. No innocent bystanders  is key for a “Culture of Safety” in healthcare and every … Continue reading

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