How we’re handling abuse of staff during the pandemic
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How we’re handling abuse of staff during the pandemic

Beverley Geary Chief nurse, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Visiting restrictions have provoked aggression from some people, but nurses need to be able to perform their work in safety

Nurses know better than most how tough this year has been. Indeed, our nurses at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust were the first in the country to care for patients diagnosed with the coronavirus, back in January.

Nursing Management. 28, 1, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.1.12.s10

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