Implementation and evaluation of a violence screening tool in the psychiatric emergency department
Dave A. Adeleye, BSN, School of Nursing, University of Maryland School of Nursing Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Workplace violence (WPV) is a serious occupational hazard worldwide. Nurses working in the emergency department (ED) are at higher risk. Identification of behavioral cues for violence with timely intervention has the potential to decrease the prevalence of violence in the ED.
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