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Founder of Nurses Against Violence Unite Dr. Sandy Risoldi shares that stories of nurses being abused at work are very common. She shares that she’s seen first-hand nurses getting hit, spit on, their hair pulled, punched, kicked and even weapons drawn. Dr. Risoldi shares that there are a lot of protections in place for patients, and unfortunately not many for healthcare workers. Nurse Randee, who was attacked by a patient, shares her feelings on this.