Journal for Nurses in Professional Development
Novice post-licensure nurses are frequently exposed to microethical nursing practice problems during their first 24 months of formative practice. Often, novice nurses trust the advice of experienced nurse coworkers, deferring to such advice even when they know the advice contradicts evidence-based practice. This study revealed the prevalence of deference behaviors and associated rationale. Study findings emphasize the importance of incorporating conflict management, effective communication techniques, ethical frameworks, and EBP standards within pre- and post-licensure education.
Attitude of Health Personnel; Ethics, Nursing; Trust--Psychology
Citation: Pilot Scholars Version (Modified MLA Style)
Krautschied, Loretta C.; Britton, Justin; and Craig, Carol, "Development and Reliability Testing of a Survey: Measuring Trusting and Deference Behaviors in Microethical Nursing Practice" (2015). Nursing Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 14.