Fattori predittivi degli eventi di violenza o aggressione verso gli infermieri sul luogo di lavoro: un protocollo di revisione sistematica

Anna Maria Bagnasco, Milko Zannini, Nicola Pagnucci, Giulia Ottonello, Loredana Sasso, Gianluca Catania

Abstract

La violenza o aggressione verso gli infermieri sul luogo di lavoro è un evento estremamente comune, soprattutto nelle aree critiche ed emergenziali ospedaliere. Negli ultimi anni il problema sembra essersi palesato anche in altre realtà, intra ed extraospedaliere, rendendo il fenomeno sempre più all’ordine del giorno. Molti sono gli studi che identificano le importanti conseguenze fisiche, psico-sociali ed economiche per i soggetti e le istituzioni che subiscono questo fenomeno, ma lo studio e la prevenzione della violenza si colloca ai primi posti delle agende delle organizzazioni e agenzie per la sicurezza dei lavoratori e delle associazioni internazionali dei professionisti della salute.

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