Whistleblowing In Alison Whyte's Article 'Speaking The Truth'

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When reading Alison Whyte’s article titled, ‘Speaking the truth’, it is interesting to comprehend that the concept of whistleblowing needs to be effected more to encourage health care staffers to voice their concerns about poor patient care and staffing treatment at health care facility (Or facilities). However, when health care staffers report their concerns to management and/or to external public interest, health care staffers sometimes face extreme backlash. For example, Whyte (2012) states that generally a whistleblower’s actions are not always supported by his or her employers, colleagues, and governing bodies in the organization (p. 16). Brief examples, such as how “Whistleblowing “nurses Graham Pink and Karen Reissmann voiced their distresses