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Q) Two members of the nursing team in which I work often argue. I think this compromises patient care. I am not team leader, and my manager turns a blind eye. How can I address it?

This is a very difficult situation. Not only are you not the manager but nor are you personally involved. However, you rightly point out that the problem may affect patient care and that is everyone's responsibility in the health community.


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