Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing (2004) (1) and Ending Nurse to Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young
and Each Other (2006), (2) respectively, were finally beginning to raise awareness of how pervasive the problem had become.
DAVID Banks (The Journal, October 5) quotes the farmers' view that badgers are at least partly or possibly totally responsible for the decline in hedgehogs as they eat their young
But, if these birds are cannibals, because they eat their young
, then what does that make us?
Ending nurse-to-nurse hostility: Why nurses eat their young
and each other.
Cheryl Dellasega will lead a session, "Spite in White: Do Nurses Really Eat Their Young
(and Other Folks They Don't Like)?
So much so that there are annual CE modules in hospital systems and nursing conventions centered on how "nurses eat their young
It seems counter intuitive that a student nurse filled with promise and potential can be quelled, in the same manner that the potential offspring are destroyed when animals eat their young
I quickly found out that there are older techs on first shift that like to eat their young
and enjoy a good spirit-crushing counseling session every so often.
They eat their young
," Deputy Superintendent Stephen E.
He makes you realise why some animals eat their young
Because telephone poles, unlike trees, provide clear sight lines for birds, it is impossible for cats to sneak up on them and eat their young
They claim females, forced to breed non-stop, eat their young
due to stress.
People who live close to the famous venue took to the streets to vent their anger after the entrepreneur told host Gay Byrne: "They eat their young
In a SportsBusiness Journal story on concerns about the long-term prospects of the Major League Soccer, commissioner Doug Logan acknowledges that the media has contributed to the league's problems, saying ``there is a tendency for reporters to eat their young
Above all else, news folk love good stories and generally speaking they'd sooner eat their young
than let the memory of an engraving and a check stand between them and a scoop.