Why is this important?
- In 2014, a 68-year-old patient pulled a bar from the side of his hospital bed and attacked a team of nurses at a Minnesota hospital.
- In 2009, a hospital pharmacy worker known for his easygoing manner brought a gun to work and killed two of his managers, then himself, in California.
- In 2016, a gunman entered a Florida hospital and shot a patient and an employee before being arrested.
You’ve no doubt heard of numerous other cases over the years. The rise of such threats make it imperative for your organization to know and practice your response long before it’s needed. In this resource, we’ll help you understand key implementation strategies, including the use of Threat Assessment Teams, so you’re well prepared if or when the unthinkable happens.
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