Violence in Healthcare is at an all-time high. In a study conducted by the American Nurses Association (ANA, 2019) out of 14,000 nurses that responded to a survey, 62% stated they were verbally and physically attacked by patients; 1 out of 4 were physically attacked (Bolvin, 2019).
Dr. Sandra Risoldi, the founder of the nonprofit Nurses Against Violence Unite, Inc., created the first behavior-violence prevention program that fills the gaps of major government and private sector de-escalation programs on the market and has it under lock and key with a Registered Trademark and Copyright. Knowledge in this course is designed to help nurses and frontline workers the ability to work with difficult patients with ease and recognize issues prior to de-escalation.
This program is the blueprint for administrators of hospital and healthcare systems to reveal the deficits of the system currently in place, the ability to reinforce weak areas to assist with staff retention, elevate morale, and save on their bottom-line costs that are escalating. The time is now to save your workforce as nurses and frontline workers are leaving due to these key issues.