Cognitive Rehearsal, HeartMath, and Simulation: An Intervention to Build Resilience and Address Incivility.

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Summary of "Cognitive Rehearsal, HeartMath, and Simulation: An Intervention to Build Resilience and Address Incivility."

The detrimental impact of incivility in health care is well documented. Nursing students and new graduate nurses are particularly vulnerable to its effects. Evidence-based civility education strategies are urgently needed to address incivility, which can protect patient safety.


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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 690-697


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