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Violence

NHS staff survey reveals mixed picture amid increased ‘engagement’

News item - Posted on 07/03/2013

7 March 2013 A mixed picture is reported in the latest NHS staff survey. Although there is an improvement in overall staff engagement ...

Physiotherapy students’ experience, confidence and attitudes on the causes and management of violent and aggressive behaviour

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 06/12/2011

Objectives Healthcare professionals are at risk of experiencing violent and aggressive behaviour from patients. This is most notable in those with least experience, such as students, yet little ...

The risk of assault to physiotherapists: beyond zero tolerance?

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 30/09/2010

Violence and aggression are unfortunate yet common occurrences in general healthcare settings across the world. Physical assault is arguably the most distressing aspect and can have profound physical, ...

Society backs action on violence against women

Frontline article - Posted on 19/04/2010

The CSP has welcomed the government’s pledge to improve the NHS’s handling of violence against women and children. This follows more ...

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