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Workplace violence: the experiences of emergency nurses in Indonesia

18 May 2021

Emergency Nurse

workplace violence

Background Workplace violence in hospitals is common and underreported. It has adverse effects professionally and personally for victims, and can have a negative...

Managing violence and aggression in the emergency department

19 August 2021

Emergency Nurse

violence at work

Half of all reported violent incidents in healthcare settings occur in the emergency department (ED), so ED nurses are disproportionately affected by violence and...

Insights into nurses’ precarious emotional labour in the emergency department

30 October 2020

Emergency Nurse


Background Nurses in the emergency department (ED) work in emotionally charged situations and undertake extensive emotional labour. However, that labour is not...

Equipping children’s nurses to de-escalate conflict and communicate challenging information

06 July 2020

Nursing Children and Young People


This article considers some of the challenging situations that children’s nurses may encounter when there are tensions and disagreements between the family of the...

Determinants and consequences of workplace violence against hospital-based nurses: a rapid review and synthesis of international evidence

30 June 2022

Nursing Management


Workplace violence against nurses is an international public health issue with likely detrimental consequences for individuals, systems and societies. To effectively...

Exploring mental health nurses’ experiences of assault by patients in inpatient settings

21 February 2023

Mental Health Practice

violence at work

Mental health nurses working in inpatient settings are at increased risk of being assaulted by patients. Systematic reviews have synthesised predominantly...

Managing behaviour that challenges in people with dementia in the emergency department

30 December 2020

Emergency Nurse

Older people

Dementia symptoms can manifest in a variety of ways, such as anxiety, agitation and an inability to communicate unmet needs. In emergency departments (EDs), these...

Forgiveness in mental health nursing practice

23 May 2023

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

Forgiveness is recognised as a positive facet of psychosocial well-being and is therefore gaining interest in the scientific community. Emerging evidence indicates...