The Economic Burden of Injuries and Violence

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For 2013

By. Dr. David E. Marcinko

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I’m not a psychologist, psychiatrist or expert on violence, terrorism or mass shootings, etc. But, I am heart broken over events this weekend in Dayton, OH and ElPaso, TX.

However, I have been speaking, publishing and wrting about medical work place violence for almost two decades. Now, while perhaps an under-researched topic, not in the public zeitgeist, it certainly is a subset noted by the FBI [2.7%].

And so, here is a review of the economic burdens of violence for 2013. The extent to which they may, or may not, relate to this Bloody Suday Weekend in Dayton OH and ElPaso, TX is left to the reader.

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NOTE: The ME-P can only speculate how this healthcare workplace violence information from a public safety expert, applies to the recent spate of national violence – regardless of venue – or how any lessons learned are applicable in this case; or not.

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