Violence in Health Care Systems Research Paper

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I was asked for a review in the assignment.

This are my teacher comments:

OVERALL COMMENTS:

This is a Legal / legislative / regulatory course. So when revising this assignment please make sure to include the actual laws. I see that you have started to include these, but how does all of this come together to affect patient care and nurses safety? You also need to have headings and subheadings that work to organize your thoughts.

Non-Performance

Does not identify the political, legal, and/or legislative factors that may contribute to violence in health care settings.

COMPETENCY:Explain the effect of health care policies, legislation, and legal issues on health care delivery and patient outcomes.

CRITERION:IDENTIFY THE POLITICAL, LEGAL, AND/OR LEGISLATIVE FACTORS THAT MAY CONTRIBUTE TO VIOLENCE IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS.

Faculty Comments:“

I did not see where you identified any political, legal, or legislative factors that may contribute to violence in health care settings. What are the actual laws that may lead to workplace violence. Additionally, you could include real-world examples. This is required for a higher performance. Thanks!

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NURSING AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE Nursing and Workplace Violence Student's Name Institution Affiliation 1 NURSING AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE 2 Workplace violence involves actions that can damage an individual either psychologically or physically. The disorder can occur when one is on duty or during the daily routine. It is a significant issue in the workplace that concerns the health of individuals as well as their safety. The OSHA's response to workplace violence has led to the implementation of guidelines to curb the violence in several industries. Workplace violence may include but not limited to physical assaults whereby the individual may or fail to use weapons, homicide, verbal harassment or even physical, and verbal threats. This work addresses the factors that contribute to workplace violence, OSHA regulations as well as the ANA position on workplace violence The condition under which the patients are treated in the healthcare settings may make the professionals vulnerable to job-related violence. Political, legal and legislative systems contribute the factors accounting for the increased violence in healthcare organizations (Doby, 2015). For instance, the ministry of health has failed to provide enough security personnel in the health centers- this has resulted in people with no connection with the hospitals to get access to the buildings and cause violence to the patients and healthcare providers. Improvement is required by putting in place high-security levels in health centers. Also, resource-related challenges have also been the cause of workplace violence in hospital settings. Delays in responding to patients is a contributing factor that initiates violence against nurses and other medical practitioners (Doby, 2015). Therefore, mechanisms should be established to ensure the attendants are given the best and high-quality care at a reasonable rate. Aso, insufficient education to health workers, corruption as well as the slow response by the judicial system, political involvement in health sectors, and weak law are the principal social-political factors that should be addressed to stop workplace violence in healthcare settings entirely. NURSING AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE 3 According to Saltzberg and Clark (2015) nurses and other healthcare providers face jobrelated violence. The mission of OSHA is to help these employers in addressing these challenges. OSHA has guidelines which are based on the practices of the industry and the feedback provided by the stakeholders. Besides, the guidelines offer recommendations to the developed policies to get rid of workplace violence in the health care sector. The guidelines also focus on differences that are found in different healthcare settings and integrate the best ways to curb violence risk in the workplace. The workplace settings define the existing types of hazards and also the measures that can eliminate violence. Besides, ANA tries to address the issue of workplace violence by stating that, it is the responsibility of nurses to establish a decent environment as well as a culture that treats everybody with kindness, respect and high levels of dignity. On the other hand, nurses should be treated with respect, compassion and also dignity (Park, Cho & Hong, 2015). Therefore, all workers, nurses, and patients should work together to build a culture of respect and a no-violence zone. To prevent and minimize cases of violence in healthcare institutions, OSHA implemented some regulations to end the traumatizing occupational incidence (Blando, Ridenour, Hartley & Castley, 2015). Firstly, the training of all staff on security measures is necessary. Staff members are required to be aware of their roles and also create some time for physical practice. They should always be motivated by the desire to save lives and avoid anything that comes in between their services to the community that can cause violence or misunderstanding. Secondly, working in teams can significantly help reduce violence incident in hospitals. The team needs to be well trained and always ensure they are in a position to effectively execute a plan before the occurrence of any conflict. Finally, OSHA initiated recordkeeping which enables one to be still prepared to tackle issues relevant to the health care institution (Blando et al., 2015). The NURSING AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE 4 problems can range from drill records, incidents reports as well as the training history, all together, one needs to have access to precise pulse within the facilities to adequately plan for patients safety. In conclusion, violence in hospitals takes different forms. It can either be a verbal or physical assault which leads to the risk of the safety of both workers and the patients. Politics, legal and legislative systems have also contributed to the rise in violence in healthcare organizations, but it is the responsibility of the nurses and other healthcare employers to ensure a safe environment free from hazards. Although it is a great challenge to eliminate the violence in health centers, the policies laid out by OSHA if followed and implemented accordingly; there can be minimal cases of abuse in hospitals. Also, ANA suggests that, if communities purpose of ending violence in health organizations, then the patients and nurses should treat each other with respect, kindness, and dignity. NURSING AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE 5 References Doby, V. (2015). Leadership's role in eliminating workplace violence and changing perceptions in the emergency department Journal of Emergency Nursing, 41(1), 7. Blando, J., Ridenour, M., Hartley, D., & Casteel, C. (2015). Barriers to effective implementation of programs for the prevention of workplace violence in hospitals. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 20(1), 1–11. Magnavita, N. (2014). Workplace violence and occupational stress in healthcare workers: A chicken-and-egg situation-results of a 6-year follow-up study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 46(5), 366–376. Park, M., Cho, S. H., & Hong, H. J. (2015). Prevalence and perpetrators of workplace violence by nursing unit and the relationship between violence and the perceived work environment. Journal of nursing scholarship, 47(1), 87-95. Saltzberg, C. W., & Clark, C. M. (2015). A bold call to action: Mobilizing nurses and employers to prevent and address incivility, bullying, and workplace violence. (2015). American Nurse Today, 10(8), 1. ...
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