22 attacks on NHS staff every day in Wales

September 2005
Nursing Standard;9/28/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p11
Trade Publication
Cites a research which shows that nurses are the group most likely to be violently attacked by patients in Great Britain. Number of violent attacks against health care staff; Factors contributing to the violence against nurses; Need for a system to be placed to make it easier for staff to report assault.


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