The Joint Commission knows that healthcare institutions are not immune to violence -- so it's stepped in and issued new requirements and recommendations in its Elements of Performance and Medical Staff chapters. Learn how to meet these regulatory guidelines to keep your environment violence-free -- and in compliance -- with clinical nurse educator Dianne Ditmer. In this 1-hour audio learning session, she'll walk you through all the fine print of the Joint Commission's requirements, with a special emphasis on how nurses can identify and prevent violence at the front lines. At the end of this seminar, you'll understand the types and frequency of disruptive behaviors and what you need to do to stay compliant.
Have additional questions about the Joint Commission's new disruptive-behavior requirements and recommendations? You have the floor with the speaker during the live interactive Q&A session.
Who should attend? Healthcare providers including nurses, administrators, law enforcement, legal counsel, risk managers, patient advocates and ombudsmen.
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Disclaimer: AudioEducator is in no way affiliated with The Joint Commission®, or The Joint Commission Enterprise®.
- Toni G. Cesta
Dr. Dianne Ditmer is a clinical nurse educator and Certified Forensic Nurse with a background in risk management and emergency nursing. Her clinical training and certifications include forensic nursing and medical error investigation. As a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, Dr. Ditmer serves as chairman of the American Board of Forensic Nurses; member of the Ohio Healthcare Taskforce on Family Violence, and Montgomery County Sexual Assault Response Team.
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