RNs who guide nursing students during clinicals (and do a dang good job of it!) - page 4

Hello nurses and nursing students! I just wanted to take a minute and thank all of the nurses that help future nurses everyday while they are in the clinical setting. Nursing students can really tell who is passionate about... Read More

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    [QUOTE=Can'tdragmeaway;7538837] The following link is my most favorite article on how to address these bullying behaviors:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...029QrnfTxS21mQ

    Can'tdragmeaway, I've tried to access this link several ways and always get "can't find", "broken link" messages. My search found an article from Baylor on "cognitive rehearsal for lateral violence" but that link is broken, too. PubMed had too many articles for me to try them all.

    Any suggestions? Thanks!
    Last edit by SeattleJess on Jun 18 : Reason: Atrocious typos... as usual

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    I agree, being a nurse and helping other is paying it forward. One day the new nurses have to take care of us!! Or out parents. Plus its giving back to those who helped you.
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    I love when I have students because I love teaching.
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    SeattleJess,

    Sorry for my delayed response, as I have not been on the site in a while. The title of the study is, Teaching Cognitive Rehearsal as a Shield for Lateral Violence: An Intervention for
    Newly Licensed Nurses by Martha Griffin. The link is: http://www.drlc4.com/Articles/files/304.pdf. If the link does not work, do a search with the title of the article. It has great tips to deal with non-productive interactions...
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