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Module 6-Capstone Presentation

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Module 6-Capstone Presentation

  1. 1. WHAT IS WORKPLACE VIOLENCE? • Yoder-Wise definition of violence: overt or covert behaviors ranging from offensive or threatening language to homicide (Yoder-Wise, 2011) • ANA’s definition of bullying: repeated, unwanted harmful actions intended to humiliate, offend and cause distress (ANA, 2016)
  2. 2. Box 1: Types of Violence Intimidation 75.9% Angry Outbursts 71.9% Hypersensitivity to criticism 71.5% Belligerence 66.9% Threatening/Disruptive Behavior 64.6% Bullying 59.8% Harassment 51.6% Threats of physical violence 38.9% Obsession with a supervisor 28.5% Ominous or specific threats 27.9% Physical violence 25.8% Intentional property damage 17.0% Preoccupation with recently publicized violent events 8.3% Carrying or storing weapons 7.5% Preoccupation with violent themes 5.9% Recent acquisition of or fascination with weapons 5.6% Box 1; Retrieved from Hader, R (2008) Workplace Violence Survey 2008. Nursing Management, 39(7), 13-19. As cited in Yoder-Wise (2011, p. 500)
  3. 3. NURSING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT • SKILLED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE NURSE WORKFORCE; HIGH IN QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF STAFF • OSHA GUIDELINES • ”THREAT-MANAGEMENT TEAM”
  4. 4. EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE, QUALITY, & SAFETY • The literature on workplace violence has certainly emerged, however, there are not many evidenced-based & credible interventions to reduce and prevent violence and bullying METHODS & STRATEGIES • Violence Prevention Framework • Recording an incident, witnesses involved, descriptive characteristics, pre- and post- interventions, outcomes • Emotional Intelligence
  5. 5. CONCLUSION • INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE CORE COMPETENCIES • VIOLENT ACTS IMPOSE NEGATIVITY ON WORKPLACES • EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE = UP TO DATE PREVENTION METHODS AND STRATEGIES • REPORTING ALL VIOLENT ACTS = IMPROVE QUALITY CARE OF PATIENTS
  6. 6. REFERENCES• ANA. (2016). HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT. RETRIEVED DECEMBER 01, 2016, FROM HTTP://WWW.NURSINGWORLD.ORG/MAINMENUCATEGORIES/WORKPLACESAFETY/HEALTHY-WORK- ENVIRONMENT • KUPPERSCHMIDT, B., KIENTZ, E., WARD, J., REINHOLZ, B., (JAN. 31, 2010) "A HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT: IT BEGINS WITH YOU" OJIN: THE ONLINE JOURNAL OF ISSUES IN NURSING VOL. 15, NO. 1, MANUSCRIPT 3. • MULLER, R., & KARSTEN, M. (2012, MARCH). DO YOU SPEAK FINANCE? NURSING MANAGEMENT, 43(3), 50- 54. RETRIEVED NOVEMBER 9, 2016, FROM HTTP://JOURNALS.LWW.COM/NURSINGMANAGEMENT/FULLTEXT/2012/03000/DO_YOU_SPEAK_FINANCE_.13. ASPX • NOTAROBERTA, A. S. (2012, MARCH). WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION: TEAM COLLABORATION IS THE KEY. PROQUEST, 49(3). RETRIEVED NOVEMBER 10, 2016, FROM HTTP://SEARCH.PROQUEST.COM.EZPROXY.NEU.EDU/DOCVIEW/993165558?ACCOUNTID=12826&RFR_ ID=INFO:XRI/SID:PRIMO • OSHA. (2015). GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (REP. NO. 3148). RETRIEVED DECEMBER 1, 2016, FROM OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION WEBSITE: HTTPS://WWW.OSHA.GOV/PUBLICATIONS/OSHA3148.PDF
  7. 7. REFERENCES CONT. • PAPA, A., & VENELLA, J. (2013, JANUARY 31). WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN HEALTHCARE: STRATEGIES FOR ADVOCACY. THE ONLINE JOURNAL OF ISSUES IN NURSING, 18(1). DOI:10.3912/OJIN.VOL18NO01MAN05 • POTERA, C. (2016). VIOLENCE AGAINST NURSES IN THE WORKPLACE. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING, 116(6), 20. • SMITH, T. (2015, MAY 6). REDUCING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE INCIDENTS. HEALTH FACILITIES MANAGEMENT. RETRIEVED NOVEMBER 13, 2016, FROM HTTP://WWW.HFMMAGAZINE.COM/ARTICLES/1544?DCRPATH=/TEMPLATEDATA/HF_COMMON/NEWSARTICLE/DATA/H FM/MAGAZINE/2015/MAY/HFM-VIOLENCE-REDUCTION-STRATEGIES • TAYLOR, K. (2014). MANAGING CONFLICT. PRACTICE NURSE, 44(10), 32-34 • YODER-WISE, P. S. (2011). LEADING AND MANAGING IN NURSING (5TH ED.). UNITED STATES: ELSEVIER HEALTH SCIENCES.

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