Violence prevention in the emergency department: clinician attitudes and limitations.

@article{Fein2000ViolencePI,
  title={Violence prevention in the emergency department: clinician attitudes and limitations.},
  author={Joel A. Fein and Kenneth R. Ginsburg and Margaret E McGrath and Frances Shofer and J C Flamma and Elizabeth M. Datner},
  journal={Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={154 5},
  pages={495-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess emergency department (ED) clinicians' attitudes and behaviors regarding identification, assessment, and intervention for youth at risk for violence in the ED. DESIGN Anonymous, cross-sectional written questionnaire. SETTING The EDs of 3 urban hospitals. SUBJECTS Emergency medicine residents and faculty, pediatric residents, pediatric emergency medicine fellows and faculty, and ED nurses. RESULTS A total of 184 (88%) of 208 clinicians completed the questionnaire. Only… CONTINUE READING

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