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Student-nurses’ bullying in the clinical area: a narrative inquiry

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Celeste A. Orge, Novrina Bigilda A. Orge and Jestoni D. Maniago
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Abstract: 

Bullying in nursing has existed for decades and appears to be a growing concern as nurse retention and recruitment become crucial factors in sustaining Philippine’s health care system. International studies have also noted the phenomenon of bullying in nursing workplaces. While varying prevalence rates exist, current research has unanimously demonstrated the negative impact of bullying on staff nurses. But only few explored on the bullying experience of student nurses in the clinical setting. This study is a narrative inquiry about student bullying in clinical setting. The stories were gathered from 15 student nurses who have records of bullying experience in the guidance office. Institutional ethical clearance and informed consent were secured. The guided interview questionnaire was validated by 5 experts in the field of nursing, psychology and language education. The stories unfolded that the feelings of isolation and alienation; enduring negative emotional and psychological effects; and having negative thoughts were the consequences of the bullying experience. Moreover, it was also unleashed that the approaches to bullying-situations were identified as disclosing the bullying experiences, communication/confrontation, and consider dropping and/or leaving the training program. It was also found out that bullying among student nurses is an upshot of face-to-face interactions between members of a diverse groups in the clinical setting. Despite these differences, student nurses still must perform their clinical duties, show respect and value social responsibility. The evidences of bullying among student nurses allows the educational institution and the clinical setting/hospital to create interventions and other measures to deal with the misbehaviors and an opportunity to review the nursing curriculum and design educational offerings to nursing students in dealing with bullying and other related problems. Thus, it was recommended for hospital management and educational institutions to implement the best practices designed towards improving the relationships between members of the health care team and educational institution. Professional development training on managing bullying situations can be integrated to nursing program.

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