Malaysian politician says that including dogs in opening ceremony was ' disrespectful to Malaysia and Muslims'. One disrespectful chuckle and—well, people have disappeared for less. Why, if Mandela is so beloved—the father of our nation—did so many people seem so disrespectful to his memory? I do not mean to be disrespectful , but Lewis was as disrespectful as could be when he was young and full of moxie. I'd give anything never to have said a cross or disrespectful word to her.
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In , ISMP conducted a survey on bullying, incivility, intimidation, and other forms of disrespectful behavior that have run rampant in healthcare while many remain silent or make excuses to minimize the profound devastation that disrespectful behavior leaves in its wake. These behaviors range from overt acts of abuse and bad behavior to insidious actions so embedded in our culture that they seem normal—gossip, for example. Any behavior that influences the willingness of staff or patients to speak up or interact with an individual because he or she expects the encounter will be unpleasant or uncomfortable, fits the definition of disrespectful behavior. Despite more than a decade of emphasis on safety, little improvement has been made. Widespread disrespectful behaviors in healthcare persist unchecked and are found at all levels of the organization and among all disciplines of staff. The stubborn strength of this problem lies in its quiet ability to undermine critical conversations.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. I'm sorry. I meant no disrespect. He showed a shocking disrespect for authority. See More Recent Examples on the Web: Verb To not recognize that or, worse, to disrespect it, is both condescending and simple-minded.
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