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Workplace Safety for Nurses in Healthcare Settings

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Workplace Safety for Nurses in Healthcare Settings
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    Workplace violence in healthcare settings is a significant yet often underreported public health problem. Patients are most likely to commit these crimes. Nurses and mental health professionals are most commonly the victims. Within the workplace, where does violence occur most frequently? What are the key risk factors we can look for in working to put a stop to it? Host Dr. Jennifer Shu welcomes Dr. Diana Mason, a registered nurse and editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Nursing, and Charlene Richardson, a registered nurse and an advocate for workplace safety, for an important discussion about key aspects of the ongoing struggle to ensure the security and well-being of our nurses in healthcare venues.

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    Workplace violence in healthcare settings is a significant yet often underreported public health problem. Patients are most likely to commit these crimes. Nurses and mental health professionals are most commonly the victims. Within the workplace, where does violence occur most frequently? What are the key risk factors we can look for in working to put a stop to it? Host Dr. Jennifer Shu welcomes Dr. Diana Mason, a registered nurse and editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Nursing, and Charlene Richardson, a registered nurse and an advocate for workplace safety, for an important discussion about key aspects of the ongoing struggle to ensure the security and well-being of our nurses in healthcare venues.

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Programs 7/25/21