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Violence against Health-Care Personnel: Lessons from COVID-19 Pandemic

Ahmed M Abbas, Lobna Ahmed, Mark Mohsen Kamel, Sarah K. Fahmi
Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences , Volume 6, pp 154-155; doi:10.37871/jbres1135

Abstract: Violence towards healthcare personnel in hospitals is a widespread worrying phenomenon, and it is considered a mirror to violence in society in general [1]. There are many factors may share in this phenomenon as work overload, waiting times, and nurse-patient relations, responsibilities, environmental factors and patient-related factors [2].
Keywords: overload / hospitals / personnel / society / pandemic / Violence / mirror / Waiting / worrying / COVID

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