Aggression prevention training for student nurses: differential responses to training and the interaction between theory and practice.

Abstract

Workplace violence is of great concern to all health care professionals. Nurses are major targets for incidents of violence, with student nurses being clearly recognised as a high-risk sub-group. Training is widely advocated as the appropriate organisational response but the effects and effectiveness of training are inadequately studied. A recently… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nepr.2007.04.004

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@article{Beech2008AggressionPT, title={Aggression prevention training for student nurses: differential responses to training and the interaction between theory and practice.}, author={Bernard Beech}, journal={Nurse education in practice}, year={2008}, volume={8 2}, pages={94-102} }