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Center for Nursing Excellence eNewsletter October 2011

In This Issue: 

CKHS Takes a Multipronged Approach to Reducing Violence in the Workplace

Health care facilities across the nation encounter any number of situations that have the potential for danger. Whether it’s tending to a combative patient or dealing with angry family members, nurses need to be adequately prepared to protect themselves from harm in the workplace. More>

Magnet Update: A Message from Nancy Bucher, RN, MSN, NEA-BC

View an important update about our quest for Magnet excellence. More> 

Executive Endings: Terri Venello, RN, director of Geriatric Mental Health Services, Community Hospital

At Crozer-Keystone, we take a zero tolerance approach to workplace violence and expect our employees to understand that any claim will be addressed immediately.  As part of this, we have put in place policies to promote a safe environment for our employees, as well as patients and visitors. More>