Workplace Violence in the ED is an overarching problem—not
an unusual event. This course will discuss ways to recognize and mitigate
violence toward emergency healthcare providers.
- Assess and differentiate individual and environmental risk factors for violence in the ED
- Select and explain appropriate individual and environmental responses to different levels of risk
- Report violence and know how to implement laws regarding worker’s rights
- Identify patterns of violence and implement prevention strategies
- 1.13 contact hours
While the course is written primarily for emergency nurses the material can be applied to all healthcare providers who work in an emergency care setting.
Developed by ENA with a grant from OSHA|
Violence is not part of the job—Protect Yourself!
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||The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.|
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