Tag: Violence

Violence is the deliberate use of power and force that can result in harm, injury, and death against oneself, a person, a group of people, towards the community or a country. Despite the negative outcome resulting in harm or death to a person, regardless if it was intentional or unintentional, the act of deliberately applying force or power is considered violent.


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Effects of HIV/AIDS in Democratic Republic of Congo
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Research proposal: A study of AIDS/HIV Epidemic and Impact of Getting to zero Strategy among Women in the Eastern Region of Democratic Republic of Congo from 1996.... Last modified: 23rd Mar 2021

Workplace and Horizontal Violence in Nursing
Nursing Assignments
Introduction: The duty of a nurse is to continuously provide unconditional love, patience, and the utmost care for their patients’ health and safety.... Last modified: 10th Nov 2020

Injury and Violence Prevention in the DC Metro Area
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Introduction: The District of Columbia had 100 homicides in 2019, a six percent increase from last year. For too long, this epidemic has been overlooked, brushed aside as if it will go away on its own... Last modified: 2nd Oct 2020

Risk Factors for Violence
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Introduction: This report explores the origin of human violence by discussing the risk factors of the perpetrator and the victims, investigating the ecological framework of the individual’s characteristics, relationship connections, community impact, societal and cultural aspects. ... Last modified: 25th Aug 2020

Risk of Violence in Health Settings
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Introduction: Introduction Workplace violence is a universal problem in health care settings across Canada. Health care workers have four times higher rate of workplace violence than any other profession. And yet, ... Last modified: 9th Jun 2020

Mental Health for Adolescents Experiencing Abusive Relationships
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Introduction: Collaborative Opportunities While romantic interests or relationships are normal during adolescence, many adolescents experience several issues, including violence, abuse, and emotional or cyberbullyi... Last modified: 8th Jun 2020

Solutions to Violence Against Health Care Workers
Nursing Literature Reviews
Introduction: Proposed solutions Over the past few years, violence against health care workers has gained attention. Every day health care workers are faced with the possibility of both physical and verbal abuse... Last modified: 7th May 2020

Impacts of Workplace Violence in Nursing
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction (1/2 page) In this paper, I will explore the concept of the Workplace Violence with three following issues of sense of powerlessness, job satisfaction and psychological and physiological... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Plan for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Prevention
Nursing Essays
Introduction: B.Trimble Healthy People 2020 identified intimate partner violence (IPV) as an increasing public health issue. Previously thought of as a private matter, IVP has received little attention b... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Correlation Between Family and Domestic Violence
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Assessment Task – 1 The following essay is a discussion of the correlation between family and domestic violence and impacts this has on mental health. Authoritative journal articles which form ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Violence Against Nursing Workplace Health And Social Care Essay
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Nurses are on the front lines and the back bones in the health sectors . Workplace violence is becoming an important issue that all organizations, these behaviours , especially that of bullying are de... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Workplace Violence in Health Care
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Workplace Violence in Health Care Abstract The paper focuses on the issue of workplace violence and the legislation for managing the problem in healthcare. Workplace violence e... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Workplace Violence in Healthcare Locations
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Introduction: What is workplace violence exactly? Workplace violence is any type of action that involves the use of violent behavior like threats of physical violence, bullying, verbal or non-verbal threats th... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Domestic Violence and the Health Implications
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Introduction: Introduction  Domestic violence is the “verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse of one’s partner” (Alejo, 2014). Domestic violence and intimate partner abuse have been is... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Domestic Violence and Health Promotion for Mildura
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Introduction: In Australia, every 1 in 4 persons are affected by domestic violence, with Mildura ranking the second highest place for family violence in Victoria (Domestic violence resource centre Victoria, 2016)... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Violence against Women in Afghanistan
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Introduction: Afghanistan’s country has been ruled by militant groups of the Taliban and women’s rights have been exploited for political gain. Women were allowed to do many things such as the right to... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

The Role of a Midwife in Domestic Violence Cases
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Domestic violence and public health – The role of the midwife. Why is domestic violence a public health issue for midwives?The latest triennial maternal mortality report (CEMACH, 2004) reveals t... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Factors Influencing Mental Illness Rates in Pakistan
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Introduction: Introduction At the 13th year of her life, she was worried due to the recently started bleeding from her vaginal area without any manifested injury. She ran to her mother and asked that what is happe... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020