Violence in health care is more prevalent than we may realize. Research studies and statistics reveal that health care providers, particularly nurses, face a high risk of on-the-job abuse, both physical and emotional, from both patients and their families. For more information, see CCOHS’s latest Health and Safety Report.
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CCOHS: Violence Against Health Care Workers – It’s Not “Part of the Job”
October 06, 2015
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