Upcoming article series: We need your stories!

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Hello, members and followers of Silent No More! We are hoping to do an article series featuring real stories of workplace violence from real people who have experienced. Whether the violence was assault from a patient or their family, or whether there was lateral violence (aka bullying), consider sharing it. We can share these stories […]

#PatientsAreNotFaking

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When an insensitive attempt at humor inspires a collective retelling of terrible stories in healthcare, there is something we need to recognize: we’re not listening very well.

Your resilience workshop can kindly fuck off

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Your resilience workshops are a problem.

WWYD?: I found out why my co-workers behaved like bullies

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Unfortunately, they were poorly informed. #StoriesArticleSeries This story is a recent submission to the website. It is lighter in nature somewhat, when compared to some of these devastating stories we’ve received, and seems like a good and gentle way to kick off our article series of member submitted stories. If you would like to contribute […]

When the work gets hard: a personal reflection

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Sometimes, this work becomes a bit too much to handle.

Why does workplace violence prevention legislation matter?

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Why does workplace violence prevention need to be legislated? Members weigh in.

How exactly does one call congress?

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Part 3: but I can’t call congress(This article is the last part of a series of articles. Please begin with Part 1: before the call.) We at Silent No More Foundation are obviously sympathetic to the wild schedules that many people in healthcare and social services keep. Sometimes a phone call just can’t happen when […]

How exactly does one call congress?

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Part 2 of 3: The Call

How exactly does one call congress?

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Part 1/3: What needs to be done before you call? Here is a look at preparation.

Call congress on July 10th!

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#SilentNoMore’s Call-In Day flyer