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Why Nurses Commit Suicide : Mobbing in Health Care Institutions

By: Leymann, Heinz.
Contributor(s): Gustafsson, Annelie | Baxter, Sue.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Lewiston : The Edwin Mellen Press, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (280 p.).ISBN: 9780773445765.Subject(s): Medical care -- Standards -- United States | Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | NursingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Why Nurses Commit Suicide : Mobbing in Health Care InstitutionsDDC classification: 610.73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Why Nurses Commit Suicide: Mobbing in Health Care Institutions; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Authors Note; Introduction; Chapter 1 - Working Life: A Central Manifestation of Life; Chapter 2 - Existing Knowledge about Work-Related Suicides; Chapter 3 - A Presentation of the Research; Chapter 4 - A Theoretical Background for Our Results; Chapter 5 - Case Studies; Chapter 6 - Suicide Prevention in Working Life, a Basis for Discussion; Appendix; Literature
Summary: The first English translation of the seminal work of Dr. Heinz Leymann. The term workplace mobbing, or the ganging up of peers and managers against a workmate, was conceptualized by a single scientist, Heinz Leymann in his research to identify a distinct form of collective workplace aggression that has now opened the door to specialization in the field of mobbing and laid the groundwork for its subsequent policies and laws governing human resource management departments globally.
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Why Nurses Commit Suicide: Mobbing in Health Care Institutions; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Authors Note; Introduction; Chapter 1 - Working Life: A Central Manifestation of Life; Chapter 2 - Existing Knowledge about Work-Related Suicides; Chapter 3 - A Presentation of the Research; Chapter 4 - A Theoretical Background for Our Results; Chapter 5 - Case Studies; Chapter 6 - Suicide Prevention in Working Life, a Basis for Discussion; Appendix; Literature

The first English translation of the seminal work of Dr. Heinz Leymann. The term workplace mobbing, or the ganging up of peers and managers against a workmate, was conceptualized by a single scientist, Heinz Leymann in his research to identify a distinct form of collective workplace aggression that has now opened the door to specialization in the field of mobbing and laid the groundwork for its subsequent policies and laws governing human resource management departments globally.

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