In the 1990’s and early 2000’s, 65% of workplace homicides occurred during robberies. Now, new research published in Injury Epidemiology, finds that this… Read more »
Mitchell L. Doucette, PhD, MS, is an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at Eastern Connecticut State University and a Research Scientist at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s. He recently received his PhD from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where he was a student member of the Center for Injury Research and Policy. As a scholar, he uses multiple methodologies to prevent injury and violence, with a particular focus on workplace violence and safe firearm access in the elderly population.
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- What does the data tell us about trends in workplace homicides? - 19th March 2019