Convincing staff a vaccine is important and safe will take a robust educational plan. Administrators can start by meeting with staff and encouraging them to ask questions. Leaders should emphasize the safety and efficacy data to dispel misinformation.
Surgery center leaders should start educating staff about the vaccine candidates and create vaccine policies for employees and patients. Because vaccine demand is high, leaders also should prepare in case their facilities become designated vaccine administration sites.
A growing number of pediatric emergency departments have made environmental changes, and staff members are learning how to better engage and communicate with patients diagnosed with autism or other sensory sensitivities.
Stress triggers include job insecurity, hostile workplace
January 1, 2015
Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease and other leading causes of death, and now a new study has found that some hospital workers have significantly higher risk of developing the disease.
Prescription opioid misuse and abuse is an expensive and dangerous problem nationwide as injured workers stay on the drugs too long, hurting their recovery and dampening their motivation to return to work.