Nurse Exposure to Physical and Nonphysical Violence

Nurse Exposure to Physical and Nonphysical Violence


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Nurse Exposure to Physical and Nonphysical Violence, Bullying, and Sexual Harassment Dana Likes Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V December 20, 2015

Nurse Exposure to Physical and Nonphysical Violence, Bullying, and Sexual Harassment Introduction Nurses are exposed to violence on a daily basis. The exposure differs by different types of violence and their setting of employment. Both physical and nonphysical incidents are mostly committed by patients, the patients family/friends (Spector, 2013, pp. 72). Staff members contribute to the nonphysical violence that takes place in the work setting (Spector, 2013, pp. 73). The studies have shown to be accurate based on the workplace setting, source, and world region. The purpose of this paper is to show that nurses and other...

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