Healthcare workers are about four times more likely than other workers to be attacked on the job, usually by patients or family members, and most often in the emergency department. Experts discuss how and why attacks occur and how hospitals and health care workers can do a better job preventing them.
- Lisa Wolf, Director, Institute for Emergency Nursing Research, Emergency Nurses Association
- Dr. Christopher Michos, Connecticut emergency medicine physician
- Dr. Ronald Wyatt, Medical Director, Division of Healthcare Improvement, The Joint Commission