Legal Corner: “Me Too” & Workplace Bullying

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by Don Eddins, JD The “Me Too” movement corresponds with concerns and a survey the Alabama State Nurses’ Association conducted concerning workplace violence in Alabama medical facilities. A Huge Percentage Of Nurses Have Been A Victim ASNA sent out approximately 1,500 surveys, of which about 1,000 – an incredible number of responses for so few surveys– were answered and returned. The huge percentage of returns – about 90 percent – indicated the registered nurse had been victim of some sort …

Domestic Violence: 10 Tips on Cell Phone Safety & Privacy

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This is part 4 of a 4-part series: Read Part 1: Domestic Violence: A Growing Problem Read Part 2: Domestic Violence: There Is No “Typical Victim” Read Part 3: Domestic Violence: What Nurses Can Do Technology can have a major impact on survivors of abuse. It can be used by a victim to access help, to strategically maintain safety and privacy, and to remain connected to family and friends. Technology is often used to prove guilt and hold offenders accountable. …

Domestic Violence: What Nurses Can Do

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By Charmaine Power, originally published here. This is part 3 of a 4-part series: Read Part 1: Domestic Violence: A Growing Problem Read Part 2: Domestic Violence: There Is No “Typical Victim” Read Part 4: Domestic Violence: 10 Tips on Cell Phone Safety & Privacy “Safety and security don’t just happen: they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children—the most vulnerable citizens in any society—a life free from violence and fear. In order to …

Domestic Violence: There Is No “Typical Victim”

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This is part 2 of a 4-part series: Read Part 1: Domestic Violence: A Growing Problem Read Part 3: Domestic Violence: What Nurses Can Do Read Part 4: Domestic Violence: 10 Tips on Cell Phone Safety & Privacy   Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is NO “typical victim.” Victims of domestic violence comes from all walks of life, varying age groups, all backgrounds, all communities, all education levels, all economic levels, all cultures, all ethnicities, all …

Domestic Violence: A Growing Concern

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Bobbie Holt-Ragler, DNP, MSN, M.Ed., RNC  |  Community Health Advocate  |  District 4 This is part 2 of a 4-part series: Read Part 2: Domestic Violence: There’s No “Typical Victim” Read Part 3: Domestic Violence: What Nurses Can Do Read Part 4: Domestic Violence: 10 Tips on Cell Phone Safety & Privacy The problem of domestic violence is a growing concern. It is often overlooked, excused or denied and unreported.  Many victims of domestic violence remain silent out of fear. In …

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