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Assaults in Health Care Are Felonies in Some States
By Tony Jace | Posted on 09.30.2010 | with 0 comments
In a post I wrote in June on hospital violence, I talked about the importance of placing more responsibility on staff, increasing security, and violence management training as ways to address this mounting problem.<...  Read more »
Top 10 Positive Behavior Support (PBIS) Online Resources
By Susan Keith | Posted on 09.28.2010 | with 7 comments
As organizations continue to implement Positive Behavior Supports (PBIS), the Internet contains a wealth of websites and free resources dedicated to the practice of Positive Behavior Support (PBIS). We have compiled a list of the top 10 resources for you to explore with information that you can use within your own organization.  Read more »
Tobacco-Free Campus
By Dan Lonigro | Posted on 09.24.2010 | with 2 comments
I have been doing a lot of trainings at hospitals lately. Most every hospital I have trained at has a "no smoking" policy that extends to the hospital campus grounds. While hospital structures and buildings have been smoke-free for years, it's only been in the recent past that they have begun to enforce a tobacco-free policy ...  Read more »
CPI Instructor Named Social Worker of the Year
By Tony Jace | Posted on 09.21.2010 | with 1 comments
Many of our CPI Instructors have interesting stories and impressive accomplishments to share. Recently, we heard that one of our Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Certified Instructors, Gary McDaniel, was chosen by the National Association of Social Workers as the state of West Virginia's Social Worker of...  Read more »
What's In A Response?
By Dan Lonigro | Posted on 09.17.2010 | with 1 comments
Of all the interventions that the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program advocates, one of my favorites is "give a rational response." It's the intervention recommended in the Verbal Escalation ContinuumSM for how to respond to an information-seeking question. I like it be...  Read more »
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