Nursing5,217 Nurses Were Assaulted on the Job Just in Q2 2022
Violence should not be considered 'part of the job,' Press Ganey's chief nursing officer says.
Clinical Care4 Hot Topics at HealthLeaders Chief Medical Officer Exchange
More than two dozen CMOs from across the country gathered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to discuss the top issues facing...
NursingUC Davis Offers Free Online Course to Help Clinicians Prevent Firearm Injuries
Course trains healthcare providers on identifying at-risk patients and how to intervene based on that risk.
NursingHazel Hawkins Nurses' New Contract Includes Creation of Safety Committees Along With a Wage Hike
The new collective bargaining agreement was ratified by 98% of the hospital's RNs.
Strategy5 Questions With Health System CEOs on Addressing Gun Violence
The CEOs of CentraState Healthcare System and LifeBridge Health detail the importance of addressing gun violence as a public health...
FinanceInvestments in Hospital Security Are Top of Mind Following Mass Shootings
There were two shootings at hospitals in the U.S. on the same day this month, leaving some wondering if organizations...
FinanceHealthcare Leaders Demand Action on Gun Violence in Wake of Tulsa Shooting
Four people were killed when a man opened fire on the St. Francis Health System campus in Tulsa.
NursingA Travel Nurse Leaves Fears of Hospital Drug Tampering Across Three States
The travel nurse, Jacqueline Brewster, 52, of Belfry, Kentucky, was arrested by her local sheriff's this week office on undisclosed...
Human ResourcesAHA President to the U.S. Attorney General: Do Something About Healthcare Violence!
AHA leader Richard Pollack urges the attorney general to support legislation that would support healthcare workers.
NursingNurses' March on Washington Planned to Address Workplace Violence and Other 'Serious Issues'
The peaceful protest, sponsored by Nurses Against Violence, also will focus on safe staffing ratios.
NursingInova Health Creates a SAFE Place for Nurses and Other Frontline Workers
The health system's specially designed rapid response team has curtailed violence and created a safer workplace for its employees.
Human Resources'Are You Going to Keep Me Safe?' Hospital Workers Sound Alarm on Rising Violence
Eighteen months into the pandemic, healthcare workers say they are experiencing an alarming rise in violence in their workplaces.