Raper James Luther R.N. D.S.N.(C) C.E.N.; Myaya, Susan N. M.H.A.Health Care Supervisor: December 1993 Original Article: PDF Only Buy Abstract To increase the receptiveness of health care supervisors to a broader meaning of discipline and to simulate investigation of nontraditional methods of encouragement to employees who fail to meet minimum standards of conduct and thereby negatively affect the quality of patient care, a subjectively realistic view of the implications of the traditional punitive disciplinary paradigm is presented. Through the use of a case study, the authors present, explain, and apply the contemporary concept of discipline without punishment as first described by J. Huberman © Williams & Wilkins 1993. All Rights Reserved.