The Use of Cognitive Rehearsal with Registered Nurses to Address Workplace Bullying

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 103
Date: Thu, Apr 5th, 2018
Time: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Description:

Gillen, P. A., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, W. G., Begley, C. M., & Luyben, A. G. (2017). Interventions for prevention of bullying in the workplace (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 1, Art. No.: CD009778. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009778.pub2.

Griffin, M. (2004). Teaching cognitive rehearsal as a shield for lateral violence: An intervention for newly licensed nurses. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 35, 257-263.

Koh, W. M. S. (2016). Management of work place bullying in hospital: A review of the use of cognitive rehearsal as an alternative management strategy. International Journal of Nursing, 3, 213-222.

Riskin, A., Erez, A., Foulk, T. A., Riskin-Geuz, K. S., Ziv, A., Sela, R., …Bamberger, P. A. (2017). Rudeness and medical team performance. Pediatrics, 139, e20162305.

Stagg, S. J., Sheridan, D. J., Jones, R. A., & Speroni, K. G. (2013). Workplace bullying: The effectiveness of a workplace program. Workplace Health & Safety, 61, 333-338.
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: Bullying affects individual nurses, as well as organizations, patients, and the nursing profession. Cognitive rehearsal is an evidence-based intervention nurses can use to address these types of behaviors. Bullying remains a problem that needs persistence and commitment on the part of organizations and staff to transform workplace culture.
Primary Presenter Bio: Carolyn Ziebert has more than 20 years of experience as a pediatric nurse. She recently received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in May 2017, focusing on workplace bullying. Carolyn currently works in the Enterprise Safety Department, with an emphasis not only on patient safety, but staff psychological safety as well.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: Bullying affects individual nurses, as well as organizations, patients, and the nursing profession. Cognitive rehearsal is an evidence-based intervention nurses can use to address these types of behaviors. Bullying remains a problem that needs persistence and commitment on the part of organizations and staff to transform workplace culture.
Primary Presenter Bio: Carolyn Ziebert has more than 20 years of experience as a pediatric nurse. She recently received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in May 2017, focusing on workplace bullying. Carolyn currently works in the Enterprise Safety Department, with an emphasis not only on patient safety, but staff psychological safety as well.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital of Wisconsin