Info

JAMA Performance Improvement: Do No Harm—Taking complications head on to improve the quality of medical care

From the JAMA Network, this is JAMA Performance Improvement: Do No Harm, the podcast about performance improvement and medicine that aims to elevate the quality of care, one patient at a time, with host Ed Livingston, MD.
RSS Feed
JAMA Performance Improvement: Do No Harm—Taking complications head on to improve the quality of medical care
2017
June
March
January


2016
December
September


All Episodes
Archives
Now displaying: Page 1
Dec 27, 2016

Violence against health care workers is increasing. With fewer mental health services available, health care workers have disproportionate exposure to potentially dangerous patients. This article reviews the experience of one nurse who was severely injured by a patient and the lessons learned by the hospital where the incident occurred regarding minimizing the risk of staff injury when providing care for potentially violent patients. We interview Robert P. Roca, MD, MPH, MBA; Antonio DePaolo, PhD; Ernestine Cosby, RN; and Bolarin Kehinde, RN, to shed light on this serious issue.

Article discussed in this episode: Ensuring Staff Safety When Treating Potentially Violent Patients

 

0 Comments