Nurses want violence in hospitals curbed

Nurses in Florida believe there is an "epidemic" of violence in hospitals, and want changes to make their workplace safer. National Nurses United has drafted legislation in Florida that would put safeguards in place in hospitals to prevent workplace violence. Meanwhile, hospitals have been creating their own internal police forces with arrest powers, and 30 states have made it a felony to attack healthcare workers while they're performing their duties. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare



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