Nurses Too Scared to Speak Up



Data shows more than four out of five nurses have concerns about incompetence demonstrated by their colleagues, but many keep quiet. What's the point in training staff to use a checklist or follow certain steps if nurses are too scared to speak up and say something when an error is revealed?


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