Preparing prelicensure nursing students for workplace violence: A limit setting education module
Maychao Michelle Yang, MSN
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In the hospital setting, de-escalation training has become a very important method of preventing workplace violence against nurses and other healthcare workers. While nurses are now required to complete workplace violence prevention training, there is no guarantee that nurses who complete the training have the communication skills needed during the de-escalation process with disruptive or aggressive patients. In prelicensure nursing programs, key skills in deescalation training such as limit setting could form a solid foundation for any further training provided in the hospital setting. An online educational module on the topic of limit setting with patients and visitors was created for prelicensure graduate nursing students to address the lack of training and practice for workplace violence prevention training. The module was piloted with a cohort of 46 prelicensure graduate nursing students and eight facilitators. Feedback from participants regarding the module’s content, and structure were used to revise the limit setting education module for future nursing programs. The limit setting module and lesson embody a more well-rounded workplace violence prevention training that begins in prelicensure nursing programs to prepare future nurses for the prevalence and severity of workplace violence in the hospital setting.
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