Date of Award
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Mary Alice Hodge
The effects of lateral violence are costly for all aspects of the healthcare profession. Lateral violence is an act of aggression directed towards another nurse. Educating nurses of lateral violence and its appearance may prove to increase nurse's perception of lateral violence therefore decreasing its occurrence. This study will explore the effects of education and training on nurses' perception of lateral violence in the healthcare field. Lateral violence threatens the integrity of each nurse, the nursing profession, and the organization. Increasing the awareness of lateral violence attempts to make a culture change among nurses in the healthcare profession. Minimizing lateral violence can restore the value in the nursing profession that it once obtained.
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Cook, Tamara, "The Effects of Education and Training on Nurses' Perception of Lateral Violence in the Healthcare Field" (2011). Nursing Theses and Capstone Projects. 153.