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PSQH - Workplace Violence in Healthcare: Warning Signs and Practical Solutions (ON DEMAND)

  • December 31, 2024
  • 11:30 PM (EST)


  • When you register, it will give you a link to see the video. You can either use or register with your email.

(WEBINAR, Complimentary free, OnDemand, no CE)

PSQH - Workplace Violence in Healthcare: Warning Signs and Practical Solutions

In the context of the Quadruple Aim in healthcare, workplace violence is closely tied to the fourth aim, which focuses on improving the well-being of healthcare providers. Workplace violence, including physical or verbal aggression, harassment, and intimidation directed towards healthcare workers, directly impacts their well-being and contributes to burnout, stress, and decreased job satisfaction.

Addressing workplace violence is essential for achieving the fourth aim of enhancing provider well-being.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) considers workplace violence a widespread problem across all industries, but the agency says workers in healthcare face unique safety risks and that an OSHA standard focusing on violence in healthcare facilities is in the works. 

In this Feb. 29 fireside chat, Hector Alvarez, MSPSY, CTM, president of Alvarez Associates, discessed the issues that healthcare facilities must address to keep patients and staff safe from violence. In addition, he explained how California’s new workplace violence prevention law could prove influential if other states follow suit.

Hector Alvarez, MSPSY, CTM
President, Alvarez Associates

This webinar is a free OnDemand webinar offered by PSHQ.  
When you register, it will email you the link.  

Note:  No CEs are offered for this, but the information is valuable and it really was very good!

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