School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
Incivility in nursing academia and workplace is one of the emerging and complex issues in recent years, and can have substantial consequences on the organizational benchmark as well as on the teaching and learning milieu of the institution. Growth of academic incivility among the modern and diversified generation of students can have a profound destructive impact on their academic life and professional career. Impolite and discourteous attitude and behavior in a classroom atmosphere can originate from the learners as well the teachers, which can significantly impact the critical thinking and learning outcomes of the learner. This matter needs to be addressed based on the institutional policy and standards so that professional leaders for tomorrow can be extracted from the current and upcoming generation.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
i-manager's Journal on Nursing
Cassum, L. A.
(2018). Academic incivility in modern generation of nursing students. i-manager's Journal on Nursing, 7(4), 6-9.
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