Whistle-blowing explained: to be or not to be a whistle-blower, that is the question

Perdi Welsh
Thursday, March 1, 2012

As veterinary nursing continues to move toward full professional status, it is essential that veterinary nurses are aware of their professional responsibility regarding the reporting of a colleague's professional malpractice or wrongdoing. This article aims to explain the reasons for and process of whistle-blowing.

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