workplace violence

Workplace

Afraid at work

Sometimes certain people have personality problems — and anger problems. If that person happens to be in a position of…

Environement, health, and safety

Bullying is an abusive behavior that threatens the safety of healthcare workers. Nurses should examine their own interactions to see if they are exhibiting this undesirable behavior.

nurse patient careful safety caution

From Your ANA President

A perspective on trauma When nurses think of trauma, what most often comes to mind are patients who enter the…

Home care safety

Takeaways: Home care is unique, placing nurses and other healthcare professionals in patients’ homes and personal space, and doesn’t include…

On unsafe ground

A call for real change and policies to prevent violence against nurses By Susan Trossman, RN Healthcare facilities are a…
nurse in distress

She Went to Work

“As a Psych Mental Health RN and leader, the loss of life to workplace violence has taken my breath away…

Take the pledge to #EndNurseAbuse

The American Nurses Association (ANA) has launched the #EndNurseAbuse initiative to increase awareness of the serious problem of physical and…

Time to end nurse abuse

Resources and efforts to prevent workplace violence. Virtually every nurse has experienced or witnessed some degree of workplace violence. For…

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