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1RESEARCH CRITIQUE AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONSResearch Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsLakisha Cooper, RNGrand Canyon University NRS 433VOctober 12, 2019
2RESEARCH CRITIQUE AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONSIntroductionIn numerous ventures, issue of work environment brutality is available, and this is in any event, for the instance of healthcare. In the healthcare profession, workers don't perceive the working environment viciousness which they face on regular basis. Healthcare workers like nurses and caregivers frequently overlook this sort of violence and can create sorrow in the workplace. Because of this, with time, anger starts to develop and communication with co-workers become poorly and ineffective. The workplace violence is a big of enough issue, which staff can deal with the implementation of a proper strategy. This is even referenced in the study like "Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department: Giving Staff the Tools and Support to Report". In this task, a quantitative research is investigated in which the primary spotlight is on the issue created because of violence in the emergency department and to think about the impactsof the discoveries on nursing practice or patient results. Likewise, the nursing research is led, andmoral thought related with it is additionally known.SummarizationIn the examination, "Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department: Giving Staff the Tools and Support to Report" it is shown that in the Emergency Department, there is nearness of violence, however this issue isn't known to the caretakers and nurses or sometimes they have next to no data about this. It is accepted by numerous staff members ordinarily that in the ED, it is entirely expected to have violence in the workplace and their main responsibility is to confrontthis. Frequently healthcare providers face the violence in the ED yet have no idea about what constitute this thus they neglect to report about such instances of violence. The medical staff don't have the foggiest idea how to address the issue thus with time the violence has increased in many cases. The nurses and caregivers experience violence routinely and such cases must be
3RESEARCH CRITIQUE AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONSdecreased. In this investigation, this subject is referenced and extensive thoughts regarding this are referenced. The principle motivation behind this examination is to decide the manners in