In Case You Missed It: Week of Aug. 15, 2014

Posted on Fri, Aug 15, 2014

“In Case You Missed It” is a weekly roundup of popular healthcare headlines.

I was a victim of violence in the E.D. Here's my story. According to a survey by theed-violence.png International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety, the number of violent incidents involving hospital workers jumped 37 percent in the past three years... continue >>

Are hospitals responsible for preventing workplace violence? Despite the rise in workplace violence, many hospitals don't know how to prevent assaults... continue to >>

5 Signs You Need a New Physician Recruiter. After spending six years as a physician recruiter, I’ve seen it all—the good, the bad and the ugly behavior physician recruiters engage in to fill positions. Here’s my list of five... continue >>

If Ebola Arrives In The U.S., Stopping It May Rely On Controversial Tools. Given the scope of the Ebola outbreak unfolding in Western Africa, it seems possible that a case will eventually ... continue to>>

Medical lessons from Robin Williams. The death of Robin Williams has opened much dialogue about depression. Here's one physician's take on the issue. Click here to read entire post at 

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