Sudbury long-term care PSWs, RPNs experience higher rates of violence than provincial average: study and poll released Wednesday

SUDBURY, ON – Two new reports that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff working at Ontario long-term care homes, are being released at a media conference on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. in the Sudbury Public Library, Meeting Room 2, 74 Mackenzie Street, Sudbury. The study titled, “Breaking…

Bloodied, broken and burned out: 88% of long-term care staff experience violence

CORNWALL, ON –Two new reports are being released concurrently that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff employed in Ontario’s long-term care homes. An in-depth, peer-reviewed investigative study on violence against staff in Ontario long-term care homes has just been published. The study, titled “Breaking Point: Violence Against Long-term Care Staff,”…

Ontario long-term care staff at “breaking point;” new study and poll on workplace violence released Monday in Cornwall

CORNWALL, ON – Two new reports that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff working at Ontario long-term care homes, are being released at a media conference on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the Benson Centre, Corus Room, 800 Seventh Street West, Cornwall. The study titled, “Breaking Point:…

Ontario long-term care staff at “breaking point;” new study and poll on workplace violence released Monday in Kingston

KINGSTON, ON – Two new reports that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff working at Ontario long-term care homes, are being released at a media conference on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. in the Kingston City Hall, Councillors’ Lounge, 216 Ontario Street, Kingston. The study titled, “Breaking Point:…

Ontario long-term care staff at “breaking point;” new study and poll on workplace violence released Wednesday in Kitchener

KITCHENER, ON – Two new reports that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff working at Ontario long-term care homes, are being released at a media conference on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. in the Kitchener Public Library Boardroom, 85 Queen Street North, Kitchener. The study titled, “Breaking Point:…

Bloodied, broken and burned out: 88% of long-term care staff experience violence

TORONTO, ON –Two new reports are being released concurrently that expose the high level of violence, abuse and harassment against staff employed in Ontario’s long-term care homes. An in-depth, peer-reviewed investigative study on violence against staff in Ontario long-term care homes has just been published. The study, titled “Breaking Point: Violence Against Long-term Care Staff,”…