Violence in Healthcare: Empowering You To Be Prepared

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Violence in Healthcare: Empowering You To Be Prepared

Violence in any form should not be permitted by patients, visitors or employees! This program highlights recommendations by OSHA and NIOSH to reduce the risk of assault and mitigate violence through preparation, so that health care workers can empower themselves to properly address a situation before it turns violent!

Program Highlights

  • Primary sources of violence: Co-workers, outside-forces, and patients, family members or visitors

  • Key risk factors for violence, and how they can be mitigated

  • Interacting with patients, family and visitors to avoid provoking aggressive behavior

  • Predicting difficult patients, and communicating to other clinicians

  • Avoiding circumstances that can lead to harm

  • Reporting all physical assaults, and threats of assaults

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Learning Objective

To educate all staff on how to recognize the risk factors for violence and how to avoid a confrontation using OSHA and NIOSH recommendations

Program Includes
  • Bonus Resource CD
  • 10 Question Post Test with Answer Key
  • Study Points

From The Series
Violence in Healthcare

Clinical Advisors

  • Molly Groban MS, MAEd, RN, CEN, CCRN, LNC, MICN

  • Dr. Marilyn Lanza, DNSc, ARNP, CS, FAAN

  • Donna L. Mason, RN, MS, CEN, FAEN

  • AnnMarie Papa, DNP, RN, CEN, NE-BC, FAEN