SHARP Publications By Project

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Detenga la intimidación en el lugar de trabajo No es normal ó014 no es razonable. (350.50 KB PDF)

La intimidación en el lugar de trabajo (workplace bullying) es un patrón de comportamiento que daña, intimida, socava, ofende, degrada o humilla a un empleado, posiblemente frente a otros empleados o clientes. Es un problema serio de salud y seguridad. Las víctimas de intimidación podrían sufrir daños físicos y mentales que pueden durar muchos años.

2017 Author(s):
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries

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Workplace Violence and Supervisor Support in Healthcare (109 KB PDF)

Psychiatric healthcare workers are frequently exposed to workplace aggression. Research has shown that educating supervisors how to provide work-family support can be effective in improving work and well-being outcomes for employees.

2016 Publication #:
75-21-2016

Author(s):
Nanette L. Yragui

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The Washington State Psychiatric Hospital Work, Stress, and Health Project: Final Report to the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services and Eastern State Hospital (977 KB PDF)

Final report for Eastern State Hospital based off survey data collected on workplace violence assaults, disruptive behaviors, and workplace context characteristics expected to influence workplace violence and health, family and work outcomes.

2013 Publication #:
87-5-2013

Author(s):
Nanette Yragui
Whitney Johnson
Caitlin Demsky

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Workplace Bullying and Disruptive Behavior: What Everyone Needs to Know (1.59MB PDF)

Report describing workplace bullying and what can be done to prevent/stop it.

2013 Publication #:
87-2-2011

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What Everyone Needs to Know about workplace bullying (368 KB PDF)

Factsheet on what is workplace bullying and what can be done to stop it.

2013 Author(s):
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries

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Stopping the pain: The role of nurse leaders in providing organizational resources to reduce disruptive behavior.

As articles ranging from those in American Nurse Today ("Civility starts with you") to The New York Times ("When the Nurse is a Bully") illustrate, disruptive behavior and incivility in nursing are newsworthy topics and for good reason.

2013 Author(s):
Nanette Yragui
Barbara Silverstein
Whitney Johnson

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Dimensions of Support Among Abused Women in the Workplace.

The authors draw on social support theory to examine supervisor support match (support wanted and received), support mismatch (support not wanted and received) and work outcomes for abused low-wage working women, and to determine if supervisor support match and mismatch are more strongly associated with work outcomes than global supervisor support Face-to-face interviews were conducted with a community sample of abused, employed women who have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) in the past year (N = 163).

2012 Author(s):
Nanette Yragui
Eric Mankowski
Nancy Perrin
Nancy Glass

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Evaluating progress in reducing workplace violence: Trends in Washington State workers' compensation claims rates, 1997 - 2007.

This study reports trends in the pattern of injuries related to workplace violence over the period 19970132007. It tracks occupations and industries at elevated risk of workplace violence with a special focus on the persistently high claims rates among healthcare and social assistance workers.

2012 Author(s):
Michael Foley
Edmund Rauser

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The Washington Work, Stress, and Health Project: Eastern State Hospital Workplace Violence Report (505 KB PDF)

The risk of work-related violence in psychiatric healthcare settings has long been well-known. Workplace violence is defined as violent acts, including physical assaults and threats of assault, directed toward persons in a workplace or on duty.

2011 Publication #:
87-6-2016

Author(s):
Nanette Yragui
Barbara Silverstein
Jenifer Jellison

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Patterns of Workplace Supervisor Support Desired by Abused Women.

The purpose of this study was to understand differences in patterns of supervisor support desired by female victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) and to examine whether the pattern of support desired at work is reflective of a woman's stage of change in the abusive relationship, IPV-related work interference, and IPV-related job reprimands or job loss.

2010 Author(s):
Nancy Perrin
Nanette Yragui
Ginger Hanson
Nancy Glass

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The Washington Work, Stress, and Health Project: Western State Hospital Workplace Violence Report (554 KB PDF)

Western State Hospital (WSH) consists of three programs, Center for Forensic Services (CFS), Center for Adult Services (CAS), and Center for Older Adult Services (COAS) on a campus in Lakewood, Washington. Approximately 1,947 staff work at the Hospital.

2009 Publication #:
87-7-2016

Author(s):
Nanette Yragui
Barbara Silverstein
Michael Foley
Caroline Smith
Cody Spann

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Violence in Washington Workplaces, 2000-2005, summary only; please contact SHARP for the complete technical report. (17 KB  PDF)

Workplace violence, 2000-2005

2007 Publication #:
39-5a-2007

Author(s):
Michael Foley
Eddy Rauser

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Violence in Washington Workplaces, 1995-2000, summary only; please contact SHARP for the complete technical report. (11 KB  PDF)

Summary of workplace violence, 1995-2000

2002 Publication #:
39-4-2002

Author(s):
Michael Foley

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Perspectives on legal strategies to prevent workplace violence.

Workplace violence is a continuing problem in the United States, accounting for approximately 1,000 deaths each year and for more than 1.5 million incidents of nonfatal injuries.

2002 Author(s):
J Lipscomb
B Silverstein
TJ Slavin
E Cody
L Jenkins

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Workplace Bullying and Disruptive Behavior: What Everyone Needs to Know (170 KB  PDF)

Bullying in the workplace

2001 Publication #:
87-2-2011

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Violence in Washington Workplaces, 1992-1997.

Violence in the workplace, 1992-1997

1999 Publication #:
39-3-1999


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Fatal and nonfatal injuries related to violence in Washington workplaces, 1992.

This study describes injuries related to assaults and violence that occurred in Washington State workplaces in 1992. Nonfatal injuries are emphasized.

1998 Author(s):
Nancy Nelson
Joel Kaufman

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Injuries due to assaults on psychiatric hospital employees in Washington State.

In order to estimate rates and identify risk factors for assaults on employees of a state psychiatric hospital, we examined workers' compensation claims, hospital-recorded incident reports, and data collected in a survey of ward staff. Results revealed 13.8 workers' compensation claims due to assault per 100 employees per year. Assaults were responsible for 60% of total claims. Incident reports revealed 35 injuries due to assault per 100 employees per year.

1998 Author(s):
Lillian Bensley
Nancy Nelson
Joel Kaufman
Barbara Silverstein
John Kalat
Joanne Walker Shields

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Violence in Washington Workplaces, 1992-1995.

Violence in the workplace, 1992-1995

1997 Publication #:
39-2-1997


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Washington State's late night retail worker crime protection regulation: Relationships with employer practices.

Washington's late night retail worker crime protection regulation, enforced by the state Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) program, was intended to prevent injuries by deterring violent crimes.

1997 Author(s):
Nancy Nelson
Carmen Mendoza
Barbara Silverstein
Joel Kaufman

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The Late Night Retail Worker Crime Protection Regulation: Practices in Washington State Businesses. (1.54MB)

Late night retail worker crime protection regulation

1996 Publication #:
43-1-1996

Author(s):
Nancy Nelson
Carmen Mendoza
Barbara Silverstein
Joel Kaufman
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Violence in Washington Workplaces, 1992.

Violence in the workplace

1995 Publication #:
39-1-1995


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Patient and staff views of factors influencing assaults on psychiatric hospital employees.

This study compares the viewpoints of psychiatric hospital employees and patients as to situational and interactional factors that are related to patient assaults on staff. Sixty-nine patients from eight high-assault wards in two state psychiatric hospitals were interviewed to identify hospital practices and aspects of the physical environment that they believed to be related to assaultive behavior.

1995 Author(s):
L. Bensley
N. Nelson
J. Kaufman
B. Silverstein
JW. Shields

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Study of Assaults on Staff in Washington State Psychiatric Hospitals -- Final Report.

Assaults on staff at psychiatric hospitals

1993 Publication #:
33-1-1993


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