Whose Responsibility Is It to Address Bullying in Health Care?

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Abstract

Bullying has significant, far-reaching consequences for all health professionals, students, trainees, patients, their families, and organizations. Bullying is antithetical to healthy organizational culture, patient safety, and professionalism. A culture of safety and respect in sites of health care education and work is foundational to the well-being of everyone in health care. This commentary on a case recommends individual and collective responses to bullying that express fundamental clinical and ethical values and what it means to be a professional.

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Carlasare, L. E., & Hickson, G. B. (2021). Whose Responsibility Is It to Address Bullying in Health Care? AMA Journal of Ethics, 23(12), 931–936. https://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2021.931

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