Mon, May 23, 2016
Kathleen Bartholomew shares her lesson from nursing, in Tedx San Juan Island. "How can a profession with amazing potential for human connection fall short and fail to offer compassionate care? And why do nurses too often go in the other direction—and do harm?"
How do we put an end to workplace bullying?
In their official capacity, they are regarded as health care providers, tending carefully to those vulnerable and in need, what is lesser known is the intense bullying that exists among nurses. Paul and Jordan talk with nurse and anti-bullying advocate, Kathleen Bartholomew, about this troublesome hidden reality and how it compromises the well-being of patients and nurses alike. As Kathleen reveals, when nurses suffer so do those in their care.
Learn more about Kathleen and her work on nurse bullying, including her book on the topic, Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and Each Other, at www.kathleenbartholomew.com