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#StopAgresiones Molina Hospital joins the National Day Against Aggression in the Healthcare Field (14/03/2019)

All the staff of the Hospital de Molina joins the National Day Against Aggression in the Health Area, which this year is celebrated today, Thursday, March 14 and which is symbolized by a golden ribbon and with the hashtag #StopAgresiones.

Its objective is to raise awareness among professionals working in the environment of health services and to sensitize public administrations and society in general to this serious problem that requires the unity of all, when it is 10 years after the death of the Doctor María Eugenia Moreno - resident murdered by a patient when she was working in the health center of Moratalla (Murcia) -, which generated the creation, one year later, of the Observatory of Aggression in the heart of the School Medical Organization (OMC) that works in the prevention and approach of the aggressions in the sanitary field.

On the occasion of this Day, the Hospital de Molina has organized a Training Talk on "Prevention of aggressions against health professionals", given by the Inspector Manuel Buitrago Camacho, Head of the Territorial Unit of Private Security and Police Territorial Health Interlocutor, of the Provincial Civil Security Brigade of the Police Headquarters of Murcia.

During the same, the Territorial Sanitary Police Interlocutor has announced the 3/2017 Instruction of the Secretary of State for Security, on police measures to be adopted against aggressions against health professionals, which establishes the "Protocol on Police Measures to adopt to aggressions to Health Professionals ", the figure of the Territorial Sanitary Police Interlocutor, the most important preventive measures to avoid the aggressions suffered by the health professionals and the guidelines of physical and verbal containment against aggressions.

Thus, before physical aggressions, the Inspector Manuel Buitrago Camacho has explained the importance of leaving free escape routes, not leaving blunt objects within reach of the patient, having a designed plan, asking for help and always denounce.

And as for the verbal aggressions, he has recommended to remain calm and try to control the situation through active listening to buy time.

Assaults on healthcare professionals by patients or their families are increasingly frequent, so the Medical Organization of the University (OMC) insists that it is a problem that requires the unity of all professionals, the commitment of public authorities and the awareness of society.

Source: Hospital de Molina

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