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Workplace Violence against Nurses: Provincial Data from Iran

  title={Workplace Violence against Nurses: Provincial Data from Iran},
  author={Mehran Sohrabzadeh and Rostam Menati and Hamed Tavan},
Background and Objectives: Workplace violence against female nurses is a significant and increasing problem. This study aimed to investigate workplace violence against female nurses in three general hospitals of Ilam (Western Iran) and identify factors influencing its incident. Methods: Seventy seven nurses were randomly selected and surveyed. The data were collected using an author-designed instrument. The survey instrument consisted of 26 items on the demographic and employment… Expand
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