De-escalating Workplace Violence in Behavioral Health Settings

Parkview Health’s efforts to improve the physical environment, engage its clinical staff and increase training contributed to improved patient perception and a decrease in reported workplace violence. Learn from Parkview Health’s leadership on how this culture shift created compassionate connections between the workforce and improved safety for patients.


 

Related Resources

Letter/Comment
Public
AHA letter to Representatives Eshoo and Fitzpatrick, the AHA expressing support their legislation, H.R.7236, Strengthen Kids’ Mental Health Now Act of 2022.
Letter/Comment
On behalf of nearly 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, clinical partners, and the 43,000 health care leaders who…
Letter/Comment
On behalf of nearly 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, clinical partners, and the 43,000 health care leaders who…
Advancing Health Podcast
Public
1 in 5 children experience a mental illness. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has increased mental health challenges and suicide risk among children. In this…
Advancing Health Podcast
Public
The integration of behavioral health and primary health care leads to early detection and treatment of numerous issues.
Advancing Health Podcast
Public
On this Leadership Dialogue Series podcast, AHA Board Chair Wright L. Lassiter III is joined by Matthew Stanley, D.O., a psychiatrist and clinical vice…