Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression
Violence in the heath-care workplace is a major disruption to providing quality nursing care and has a negative impact on the therapeutic setting. This course can make a difference for all affected by violence and aggression in the workplace. The purpose of this course is to help nurses better understand the scope and nature of violence in the heath-care setting. Participants will learn how to recognize the key elements of violence and aggressive behavior. Through simulation, nurses will apply individual strategies and develop skills for preventing and responding to violent and aggressive behavior in the workplace.
Please dress in hospital scrubs or clinical work attire as participants will work hands-on with a human patient simulator.
C.E. contact hours
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 26, for 7.0 contact hours.
Provider approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, provider number PCE 737, for 7.0 contact hours.
Attendees will not receive C.E. credit if they are more than 20 minutes late; no partial credit can be awarded.
Persons with disabilities
Individuals needing special accommodations may call the Center for Professional Practice of Nursing at (916) 734-9790.
Parking is available in parking lots 4, 12 and 17 with a UC Davis parking permit. A daily permit is available for purchase for $6 from the kiosks in lots 14 (2nd Ave. & 45th St.) and 18 (49th St. & V St.).
Karrin Dunbar, R.N., B.S.N.