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New handbook tackles workplace violence prevention in healthcare

Workplace violence in healthcare is its own epidemic: one that survey data puts some hard numbers on. According to a 2021 survey of nurses by Hospital IQ, 90% of respondents were considering leaving the profession in the next year, and 72% said they were experiencing burnout long before the COVID-19 pandemic.

To address this, the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) has published the Workplace Violence Prevention Handbook, a free resource detailing recommendations and strategies to help healthcare professionals across the board improve their organizations’ workplace violence prevention programming.

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