Conflict in nursing: 3 common flare-ups and how to resolve them
Work pressures, personality clashes and professional differences make ill-feeling in the workplace hard to avoid, but with the right support, it can be done
- Differences of opinion or personality between colleagues can foster negative attitudes and behaviour if not addressed
- Experts consider the triggers that can cause conflict for nurses in their workplaces
- Take practical tips on what to do when disagreement spills over into personal rancour
Working under great pressure with ever-changing teams means working relationships for nurses can be pushed to breaking point. But what is the best way to tackle issues when they flare?
We’ve asked the experts