MCN Learning Releases Training to Stop Bullying in Healthcare

Empowers victims and managers to know how to respond to bullying behaviors

MCN Learning Releases Training to Stop Bullying in Healthcare

Jorge Acuna, Operations ManagerPhone: 800-846-5118 x507Email:

MCN Learning, an internationally-recognized leader in healthcare education, announces the release of the MCN Learning E-learning Course “Bullying in Healthcare (TJC).” The course is part of the .

As new research suggests, bullying in healthcare has a negative impact on client care. Victims of bullying are more likely to quit their job or leave nursing altogether rather than ask for help. This new learning module “Bullying in Healthcare” helps the learner identify bulling behavior, reviews the negative effects of bullying on the work environment, and provides strategies to address bullying on individual and organization levels. This learning module is approved for 1.5 contact hours.

"This important addition to our ever-expanding course library addresses a critical gap in healthcare training and education. Research continues to show the detrimental effect bullying has on victims and witnesses of bullying behavior. We believe this e-learning course will be instrumental in building a safer and healthier workplace for healthcare workers” said Frank Morello, Vice President of Business Development.

MCN Learning focuses on solutions for use by healthcare professionals on the frontlines of patient care. The MCN Learning Healthcare Product Development Team is comprised of compliance and regulatory experts, training and education specialists and clinical professionals with decades of experience. To learn more about contact us at . MCN Learning is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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