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What is the Impact of Horizontal Violence on The Burn Out Rate of Registered Nurses? B. L. Russell Shenandoah University N306 Dr. Pamela Webber October 2, 2013 Mailbox Number 260 What is the Effect of Flat Violence about the Burn Out Rate of Registered Nurses? Research demonstrates flat violence to be prevalent within the discipline of registered nursing. Although a comprehensive amount of incidences within the profession is undetermined, the literature is in agreement such occurrence exists and the ramifications of that require further scholarly observation and analysis. Research Question What is the effect of horizontal violence about the burn out rate of enrolled nurses? Systematic Evaluation of Literature Research indicates the relationship between horizontal violence and the burn out rate of registered nurses to be epistemologically significant because of a determined incidence of nonphysical violence in the healthcare setting and the potential nature, seriousness and omnipresent condition of its own prospective impacts. This systematic review will examine the above phenomenon in further detail with a focus on specific consequences, if any, on the burn out rate of registered nurses. Horizontal Violence The literature insists upon generalized features of horizontal violence framing the construct in words and phrases, such as interpersonal conflict, nonphysical violence, aggression, hostility, undesirable abuse and dangerous behavior in the work environment. However, it doesn't have a standardized definition that's accurate enough for collective comprehension amongst the discipline to happen. Such lexical ambiguity yields the interpretational inconsist...