Designing healthcare facilities to curb violence
If nothing else, EDs should be designed in such a way that security staff can cordon off the entrance and access to the rest of the facility
There is a lot design can do to prevent emergency department violence and make responses more effective when events do occur, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. If nothing else, EDs should be designed in such a way that security staff can cordon off the entrance and access to the rest of the facility.
Read the article.
July 13, 2018
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