Whistleblowing: What Influences Nurses' Decisions on Whether to Report Poor Practice?
Nursing Times 2010 February 2-8; 106(4): 22-25
Several recent high profile examples demonstrate that nurses fear and have reason to fear the consequences of reporting poor practice. This article examines the ethical issues surrounding whistleblowing, discussing in detail the reasons for and against reporting concerns about poor practice, and how nurses can be supported to do this.
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