A video which discusses the impact of the 2005 workplace murder of RN and ONA member, Lori Dupont, by her ex-boyfriend, Marc Daniel, an anesthetist who worked in the same hospital. The subsequent inquest found 84 ‘missed opportunities’ – interventions or actions that could have saved Lori’s life. The inquest’s recommendations led to Bill 168, and historic changes to Ontario’s occupational health and safety legislation.
October 2015 trailer featuring a Global/Toronto Star report on violence in the health care workplace. It found that nursing is one of Canada’s most dangerous professions – and most incidents go unreported by nurses who fear inaction, or even retribution.
Jim Brophy and Margaret Keith, occupational and environmental health researchers, discuss the findings of their Assaulted and Unheard: Violence Against Healthcare Staff study on The Agenda with Steve Paikin.
Interviews with ten health care workers across Ontario by the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions/CUPE about violent incidents they have encountered.