Exploring Confidentiality in the Context of Nurse Whistle Blowing: Issues for Nurse Managers
Journal of nursing management 2011 Jul; 19(5): 655-63
The aim of this paper is to reveal the experiences and meaning of confidentiality for Australian nurses in the context of whistle blowing.
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