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Watch for warning signs of violence at workplace |...

http://nursingnovellas.com/watchoutforworkplaceviolence Judy Jacobs was in one of her first jobs as a nurse in 1973, staffing the clinic at an east side Detroit Chrysler foundry, when the brutality of workplace violence claimed a victim in front of her.

Uncertainty About Job May Be A Cause Of Workplace ...

Uncertainty About Job May Be A Cause Of Workplace Violence — Courant.com Posted using ShareThis

Lateral violence: Calling out the elephant in the ...

By Ann Kettering Sincox and Michelle Fitzpatrick, RN, MS, CPNP For the last eight years, I’ve had the pleasure of being the MNA Consultant to the Michigan Nursing Students Association (MNSA) Board. Although each Board has had its own personality, there are some similarities. Individual members are all swamped with schoolwork. They are all amazed at what it takes to plan an annual convention. And, they all have horror...

OSHA Fact Sheet: What is Workplace Violence?...

U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released a guide for businesses on workplace violence and what to do about it. Please click on the following link to view and download this fact sheet on workplace violence: http://nursingnovellas.com/oshafactsheetworkplaceviolence

Workplace violence on the rise, office suicides up...

Posted: September 17, 2009, 4:45 PM by Karen Hawthorne A Yale University laboratory technician has been arrested, accused of strangling the young graduate student who worked with him and stuffing her body into a wall cavity inside the campus lab. While the details of this case are unfolding, news of workplace violence on the increase is circulating. A U.S. human resources firm says that office suicides jumped 28% in...

Was Workplace Violence to Blame for Yale Student M...

Was Workplace Violence to Blame for Yale Student Annie Le’s Murder? – CBSNews: http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2009/09/17/crimesider/entry5317249.shtml

Nighttimenursing reviews Lions and Tigers and Nurs...

Tracey at the terrific nursing blog, Nighttimenursing, reviewed Lions and Tigers and Nurses and recommended it to her readers. Please visit: http://nighttimenursing.blogspot.com/2009/09/lions-and-tigers-and-nursesa-review.html  and read this wonderful review. Thanks, Tracey!

Novels used as teaching tools...

From Fayobserver.com By Jennifer Calhoun Staff writer  In the fictional town of Dogwood, N.C., trouble is brewing. Not big trouble, but trouble, nonetheless. Two nurses – one older, crotchety and counting the days to retirement, and the other fresh out of nursing school – are clashing in the workplace. So begins “Lions and Tigers and Nurses,” the first book in a unique series of educational novels...

Nursing Novellas: The Commercial...

“Dad, you’re a real catch.  Isn’t it about time?” asks one of the two sweet-looking little girls as they shamelessly thrust a box of hair dye into their father’s lap.  Next, observe as Dad goes to the bathroom mirror and stares back at his reflection, frowning disapprovingly at his graying hair.  Poor Dad.  He’s absolutely crushed for having disappointed his darling little daughters with his horrible gray...

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