When a student speaks, managers should listen

Raising concerns, speaking out, blowing the whistle – three phrases that mean much the same thing but are equally difficult to do, even for hardened professionals. But imagine being a nursing student on one of your first placements when you notice all is not well, and your early training has taught you that ignoring the problem is not an option.

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