Understanding Whistleblowing: Qualitative Insights From Nurse Whistleblowers
Journal of advanced nursing 2010 Oct; 66(10): 2194-201
This paper is a report of a study conducted to explore the reasons behind the decision to blow the whistle and provide insights into nurses' experiences of being whistleblowers.
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Trial and Retribution: A Qualitative Study of Whistleblowing and Workplace Relationships in Nursing Jackson, Debra; Peters, Kathleen; Andrew, Sharon; Edenborough, Michel; Halcomb, Elizabeth; Luck, Lauretta; Salamonson, Yenna; Weaver, Roslyn; Wilkes, Lesley (2010-08)This paper reports a study aiming to present and describe the effects of whistleblowing episodes on nurses' workplace relationships. Eighteen participants with direct experience of whistleblowing were recruited into the ...
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