Nurse Safety

Read: IAHSS Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Down, Simple Assault Up

IAHSS Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Down, Simple Assault Up

The survey also found hospitals using threat management teams as part of security operations has increased significantly.

Read: 6 Steps for Conducting Effective Workplace Violence Investigations

6 Steps for Conducting Effective Workplace Violence Investigations

A threat management company shares a checklist for establishing comprehensive investigation processes for workplace violence.

Read: The Importance of Creating a Comprehensive Medical Team for Campus Emergencies

The Importance of Creating a Comprehensive Medical Team for Campus Emergencies

Those you hire as part of a comprehensive medical team can also work with students directly, promote health initiatives on campus, or work on other related projects that can help keep the student body healthy.

Read: UPDATE: Shooter of 2 Methodist Dallas Medical Center Employees Receives Life Sentence

UPDATE: Shooter of 2 Methodist Dallas Medical Center Employees Receives Life Sentence

The suspect, who was on parole, was granted permission to be at the hospital during the birth of his child.

Read: The Employee Safety and Patient Experience Benefits of Enterprise Visibility in Healthcare

The Employee Safety and Patient Experience Benefits of Enterprise Visibility in Healthcare

Technologies such as real-time location systems play a pivotal role in supporting staff and patients and addressing ongoing healthcare challenges, including workplace violence.

Read: 5 Friday Facts: June 30, 2023 Edition

5 Friday Facts: June 30, 2023 Edition

Do you know how many Americans now identify as LGBTQ+, how many nurses want to quit their jobs, or the effects of teen dating violence? Read on to find out.

Read: UT Houston Police Chief: Information Sharing Critical to Healthcare Violence Prevention

UT Houston Police Chief: Information Sharing Critical to Healthcare Violence Prevention

Chief William Adcox shares why his department does not have an arrest model and instead relies on information sharing to mitigate healthcare violence.

Read: Improving Hospital Staff and Patient Safety by Investing in Public Safety

Improving Hospital Staff and Patient Safety by Investing in Public Safety

Providing accurate information to both first responders and on-site personnel is essential during a hospital emergency, and there are technologies that can help.

Read: 30% of Nurses Want to Quit Profession Entirely, New Survey Finds

30% of Nurses Want to Quit Profession Entirely, New Survey Finds

The survey also asked nurses about the most effective ways to reduce stress, which included increased support staff and higher salaries.

Read: Part 1: The State of Healthcare Workplace Violence, De-Escalation Techniques, and Policy Must-Haves

Part 1: The State of Healthcare Workplace Violence, De-Escalation Techniques, and Policy Must-Haves

While hospital violence remains high, this threat management expert believes there is hope on the horizon due to new violence prevention standards.

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