The Real Healthcare Reform: How Embracing Civility Can Beat Back Burnout and Revive Your Healthcare Career

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Why civility matters -- It starts with you!: developing self-awareness -- Do what you say and say what you mean: personal and professional integrity -- Good fences make great neighbors: building professional relationships -- Working in the salad bowl: the importance of teamwork -- Eliminate gossip and bullying: the bully-free workplace pledge -- You can't always get what you want: conflict resolution -- Taking it to the extreme: dealing with extreme incivility -- Paving the path to civility: the next step.
Keywords Nursing ethics  Nursing Psychological aspects  Burn out (Psychology Prevention
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Call number RT85.L44 2012
ISBN(s) 9780985322205
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