New Blog Series Explores Why Nurse Bullying is So Prevalent in the Nursing Profession

American Sentinel University has partnered with Dr. Renee Thompson, one of the top professional development and anti-bullying thought leaders in nursing to debut a new blog series, ‘Dr. Renee Thompson’s Series on Nurse Bullying’ as part of the university’s ‘The Sentinel Watch’ healthcare blog.

The series profiles the roots of nurse bullying and conflict resolution as Dr. Thompson shares her professional insight on how to best address and eliminate workplace bullying.

“We are honored to partner with Dr. Renee Thompson, one of the most respected anti-bullying thought leaders in nursing today, to produce this important blog series for healthcare professionals,” says Judy Burckhardt, Ph.D., MAEd, MSN, RN, Dean and Professor, Nursing and Healthcare Programs at American Sentinel University.

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