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Archive March 2013 XIV, No. 3

Staffing - Is Your Staff About to Explode?

4 tips for resolving issues and relieving everyday stress.

Lisa Waters-Davis, RN


staff tension ANGRY MOB Defuse staff tensions before they blow into full-fledged conflict.

If you've worked in surgery long enough, you're well aware of what it feels like when pressures mount and frustrated staff members are at each other's throats. Here are 4 ways to defuse tensions as the tick-tick-tick of a staffing time bomb grows louder.

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