Nurse bullying - page 3
I live in the Delaware Valley (PA, NJ, Delaware). Has anyone in this area ever been a target of this behaviour? I think a nurse bully picks on a competant nurse because the bully is intimidated by... Read More
0Jun 21, '12 by mochifudgeI applause you for this! I wish I read this article sooner before I left my job.
In my first experience I have confronted and took a nurse aside for calling me a degrading name. Since then we get along.
The second incident was a nurse who bullied me continuously that even the EKG technician noticed that she picked on me. I was going through a lot of stress emotionally and physically. Finally spoke to my supervisor and she addressed the issue. I feel I am a softy because I value kindness and compassion and exert this positive attitude to my patients. Unfortunately she finds this a weakness. Little did she know that I was so close in writing her up, but she was soo lucky I didn't. Never again do I want to quit my job because of a bully. She was not worth my 4 years of hard work in Nursing education. I learned through this ordeal and I thank you for your response and courage.
0Jun 21, '12 by MulanIt seems like the bullies are the ones that stay (after running others off) and retire after 30 or 40 years.
They don't care, they get their paycheck every two weeks.