Whistleblowing: is it worth it?

Grainger, Michelle
June 2011
British Journal of Nursing;6/23/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p775
Academic Journal
The article discusses reports on the quality of medical care of older people in Great Britain which were released in 2011 by Great Britain's Care Quality Commission and discusses reports which have surfaced in Great Britain about poor standards of care and abuse which older patients have encountered. In the article the author offers her opinions on the reports, on the abuse of older patients and on whistle blowing in the nursing profession.


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