Culture of safety should apply to nurses as well as patients

Nurses and other health care workers have consistently been ranked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as having among the highest rates of workplace injury, but the emphasis on nurse safety lags behind the push for patient safety, registered nurse Laura A. Stokowski writes. Nurses are faced with a number of occupational hazards and health risks, including musculoskeletal injuries, needle sticks and radiation exposure.

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