For an organisation as enormous, diverse and widespread as the NHS, it can be a challenge to provide personal safety for all staff, writes the Institute of Conflict Management's Bob Beal
Catherine Skinner, director of personal safety charity Suzy Lamplugh Trust, looks at the security issues healthcare staff face and makes the case for conflict resolution training
Sue Frith, deputy head of the NHS Security Management Service, discusses employers’ responsibility to make sure staff are able to work in a safe and secure environment
Revisions to the sixth edition of the Code for Crown Prosecutors means that assaults against anyone providing NHS services will be taken more seriously. The NHS Security Management Services discusses what these changes mean
Latest figures show health care professionals are still among highest risk of assault
Health+Care focuses on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that secures the future of health and social care systems
As traditional crime rates continue to fall, cyber crime is heading in the other direction, while the IOT’s is multiplying the vectors of possible attack.
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Dark Knight Security, based in Berkshire, was established in 2008 with a vision to improve the im
Rachel Pinto examines what employers can do to improve the mental health and well-being of their staff, especially during times of change.
With advances in technology occurring throughout the NHS, Keiron Shepherd discusses how healthcare will improve alongside the development of apps.
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