Freshly graduated from my Master's program, with a project focused on de-escalation techniques, I decided to bring to light a sensitive subject among nurses. Before deciding which way that I … Continue reading What is Nurses Against Violence Unite?
Nurses and healthcare staff feel unsupported and leaving the field altogether due to unsafe work environments and lack of organizational support. Join Our Facebook Support Group for Healthcare workers: #NursesAgainstViolenceUnite … Continue reading Nurses Against Violence Unite: Stop the Bleeding of Frontline Nursing Staff
Let's face it...this march is happening and solidifying an end to one of the most difficult transitions into the most prestigious category both in education and career. Why a march … Continue reading Peacefully marching to fruition
How much more can nurses take when it comes to mental and physical injuries? Growing up in the nursing field, starting as a nurse’s aid assistant, I fell in love … Continue reading Nurses are suffering.
We are in a nursing crisis. Working in nursing pretty much all of my life, I have seen a lot of issues from patients spitting, punching, biting, kicking and slamming … Continue reading Ready or Not!
Lateral and patient/family on nurse abuse has gotten so out of control that in the news we are reading more and more nurses are committing suicide. We need to really … Continue reading Circle of Violence
The theme of my research is patient violence against nurses...but there are more sources. Nurses have messaged and thanked me for taking the stand against violence in the workplace. When … Continue reading Workplace Retaliation
The one thing that I have found while educating the staff over the years, is a mix of psychology where most nurses are taught between 2-4 weeks of psych in … Continue reading WPV: Reporting Barriers