Does the risk of reprisal prevent nurses blowing the whistle on bad practice?
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractDespite the introduction of legislation to protect people who report poor or unsafe practice, whistleblowing can still have serious consequences for nurses.
CitationWhitehead, B, & Barker, D 2010, 'Does the risk of reprisal prevent nurses blowing the whistle on bad practice?', Nursing Times, 106, 43, pp. 12-15
PublisherMacmillan Publishing Ltd.
Series/Report no.Vol. 106
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