Prevent Workplace Violence in Nursing
“My passion is to train as many people as possible to be aware and avoid freezing if they are ever faced with an active shooter situation." - Dawn Filippa, RN
Active shooter drills grow in importance
Now more than ever, nurses need to know how to respond to gun threats.
Take a stand for safety
Nurses are making an effort to get more laws on the books that protect them from violence.
“Nurses in Massachusetts are attacked on the job more than police and correctional officers combined."
- Donna Kelly-Williams, RN
How to stay cool under fire
There are right and wrong ways to respond in heated situations. This free CE covers both.
“It was a long battle and there were many sleepless nights and grey hairs before justice prevailed.”
- Diane McNamara, RN
Find out what Nurse.com users are sharing. Make a difference. Become part of the conversation.
Protect yourself from physical assaults, bullying and more 
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