Workplace assaults and the role (or not) of bodycams
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Workplace assaults and the role (or not) of bodycams

Erin Dean Health journalist

Sexual harassment and aggression is a feature of too many nurses’ working lives. Some see surveillance technology as a deterrent, but others worry it harms trust

Nurses groped by patients and even by colleagues. Inappropriate comments about someone’s appearance or sex life. Patients masturbating while staff try to deliver care. Threats of rape.

Nursing Standard. 38, 7, 27-29. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.7.27.s14

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