Workplace violence in the health care sector : A review of staff training and integration of training evaluation models

  title={Workplace violence in the health care sector : A review of staff training and integration of training evaluation models},
  author={Bernard Beech and Phil Leather},
Internationally, workplace violence within the health care sector is acknowledged as a serious and increasing problem, and dmanagement of aggressionT training is now firmly established as part of an organization’s health and safety response. This article considers the extent of the problem, the prominent role afforded to staff training in tackling the problem, indicative training content, and models of training evaluation. Several published evaluations of training will be reviewed in order to… CONTINUE READING

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