Prevent, identify, and react to many types of harassment in the medical workplace. State and federal regulation forbid this harassment which you can stop today.
Discuss the spectrum of bullying and shaming in the healthcare workplace, the negative effects on care, and actions that can be taken against such behavior.
Describe the physical and psychological factors surrounding a violent environment in healthcare and how to prevent and react to escalated and dangerous situations.
It is often said that a single training event is unlikely to change institutional behavior. This training may be the only one your staff would need, however, we suggest ongoing organizational support and practices within this program that can help create an a long-lasting environment of safety and respect.
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By engaging in this training and following the steps mentioned, you are helping increase your personal and organizational awareness of the issues covered. Consult your legal counsel for specific advice around navigating litigation and liability. Overall, traditional training has focused too much on liability and we aim to go beyond that to help foster organizational change and safety.
Both! We're excited to say that both individuals, groups, and institutions can benefit from this essential training – plus the continuing education credits are a good bonus for individuals to complete their license requirements.
In order to set the standard, it is important for employees at all levels from facilities staff, clinicians, vendors, and executive leadership to participate and show equal interest in the important topics within this training.
Active shooters, harassment, bullying, and other threats need to be prevented and handled correctly in our healthcare wordplaces. We're here to help.
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