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Workplace Violence

In “Bad Medicine,” from the December issue of Risk Management magazine, Alan H. Rosenstein wrote about managing the risk of disruptive behaviors in health care settings, which he defined as “any inappropriate behavior, confrontation or conflict, ranging from verbal abuse to physical or sexual harassment, that can negatively impact patient care.” More than half of respondents in [...]

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The summer of 2012 produced one of the most alarming streaks of workplace-related violence in recent memory. Among the deadliest and most-publicized events were: the movie-theater rampage in Aurora, Colorado, which 12 people were killed and 58 wounded the Sikh Temple shootings in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, that left seven dead, including the shooter the workplace [...]

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