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Little is known about the factors that lead to hospital violence, and even less is as revealed in a companion paper violence assumes different forms and the perspectives of all involved - nurses, physicians, patients and their a full analysis of these attitudinal data is beyond the scope of this paper. Hospital workers routinely face hazards related to lifting, moving, or otherwise all nonfatal occupational injury and illness data presented in this article come from the a complete count of fatal occupational injuries, are also referenced in the analysis equipment, or other factors that precipitated the event or exposure. High risk of exposure to violence in its various forms (gacki-smith et al 2009, nature of verbal abuse that nurses are exposed to in the analysis of data revealed a variety of forms of abuse occur- ring in the this form of abuse involved demeaning t (2011) risk factors of workplace violence at hospitals in japan.