Being a psychiatric nurse is a specialty. Like many other fields in nursing the coronary care unit, intensive care unit, etc. you can’t learn it in a week or 2 months.
The employee can get stress issues, psychological injury and PTSD. They go to Human resource to complain about the incidents and finds out later that human resource does little or nothing. Where does that leave the employee?
Taking inspiration from war veterans, Jill Amijo has dedicated her life to helping others.
This is a 4 day event packed with information. There are trained Grief Coaches and many Workshops at this Global Conference.
Being assaulted is not part of the job, we shouldn’t be afraid of getting assaulted, we should have safe working conditions.
She remembers the assault like it happened yesterday
The long-term effects of event traumas on a person
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