Emergency nurses address workplace violence

05/24/2011 | HealthLeaders Media

Preliminary data from a study by the Emergency Nurses Association suggest that many emergency department nurses suffer workplace violence but hospitals are unlikely to take action, either by responding to the nurse or against the perpetrator. AnnMarie Papa, the association's president, said institutions should encourage reporting of and responses to workplace violence and urge senior administration to show support for nurse victims.

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