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Psychological Harassment

Nurse A and nurse B work together in the trauma recovery room at the hospital. While they have been working together for two years, they don’t speak to each other unless absolutely necessary. The reason? Each one describes the other as being a “bully”. “Imagine a trauma recovery room where the nurses don’t speak,” said Frema Engel, Canada’s foremost expert on bullying and psychological harassment in the workplace from Montreal. “What kind of an environment is that for patients recovering?”

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