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Margaret H. Vickers
Margaret H. Vickers
Professor of Management, School of Business, University of Western Sydney
Verified email at uws.edu.au
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Workplace bullying in nursing: towards a more critical organisational perspective
M Hutchinson, M Vickers, D Jackson, L Wilkes
Nursing inquiry 13 (2), 118-126, 2006
4952006
Integrating individual, work group and organizational factors: Testing a multidimensional model of bullying in the nursing workplace
M Hutchinson, L Wilkes, D Jackson, MH Vickers
Journal of Nursing management 18 (2), 173-181, 2010
3342010
A work-based educational intervention to support the development of personal resilience in nurses and midwives
G McDonald, D Jackson, L Wilkes, MH Vickers
Nurse education today 32 (4), 378-384, 2012
2752012
Life after graduation as a “very uncomfortable world”: An Australian case study
L Perrone, MH Vickers
Education+ Training 45 (2), 69-78, 2003
2632003
Personal resilience in nurses and midwives: Effects of a work-based educational intervention
G McDonald, D Jackson, L Wilkes, M Vickers
Contemporary nurse 45 (1), 134-143, 2013
2242013
A typology of bullying behaviours: the experiences of Australian nurses
M Hutchinson, MH Vickers, L Wilkes, D Jackson
Journal of clinical nursing 19 (15‐16), 2319-2328, 2010
2232010
Supervisor support and work-life balance: Impacts on job performance in the Australian financial sector
AKM Talukder, M Vickers, A Khan
Personnel Review 47 (3), 727-744, 2018
2192018
Researchers as storytellers: Writing on the edge—and without a safety net
MH Vickers
Qualitative inquiry 8 (5), 608-621, 2002
2072002
A new model of bullying in the nursing workplace: Organizational characteristics as critical antecedents
M Hutchinson, D Jackson, L Wilkes, MH Vickers
Advances in nursing science 31 (2), E60-E71, 2008
1922008
Neonatal nurses’ perspectives of family‐centred care: a qualitative study
S Trajkovski, V Schmied, M Vickers, D Jackson
Journal of Clinical Nursing 21 (17‐18), 2477-2487, 2012
1812012
Implementing the 4D cycle of appreciative inquiry in health care: a methodological review
S Trajkovski, V Schmied, M Vickers, D Jackson
Journal of advanced nursing 69 (6), 1224-1234, 2013
1802013
“The worse you behave, the more you seem, to be rewarded”: bullying in nursing as organizational corruption
M Hutchinson, MH Vickers, L Wilkes, D Jackson
Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal 21, 213-229, 2009
1782009
Surviving workplace adversity: a qualitative study of nurses and midwives and their strategies to increase personal resilience
G Mcdonald, D Jackson, MH Vickers, L Wilkes
Journal of nursing management 24 (1), 123-131, 2016
1772016
Bullying as circuits of power: An Australian nursing perspective
M Hutchinson, MH Vickers, D Jackson, L Wilkes
Administrative Theory & Praxis 32 (1), 25-47, 2010
1632010
Writing what's relevant: Workplace incivility in public administration-A wolf in sheep's clothing
MH Vickers
Administrative Theory & Praxis 28 (1), 69-88, 2006
1522006
The development and validation of a bullying inventory for the nursing workplace
M Hutchinson, L Wilkes, M Vickers, D Jackson
Nurse Researcher 15 (2), 2008
1362008
Using appreciative inquiry to transform health care
S Trajkovski, V Schmied, M Vickers, D Jackson
Contemporary nurse 45 (1), 95-100, 2013
1312013
Autoethnography as sensemaking: A story of bullying
MH Vickers
Culture and Organization 13 (3), 223-237, 2007
1292007
‘They stand you in a corner; you are not to speak’: Nurses tell of abusive indoctrination in work teams dominated by bullies
M Hutchinson, MH Vickers, D Jackson, L Wilkes
Contemporary nurse 21 (2), 228-238, 2006
1272006
Violence and workplace bullying: what are an organization's ethical responsibilities?
C Rhodes, A Pullen, MH Vickers, SR Clegg, A Pitsis
Administrative Theory & Praxis 32 (1), 96-115, 2010
1262010
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