Designing out aggression in A&E

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On 18 November, The Design Council are running a series of free webinars that explore more about how designers and design research can help reduce violence and aggression in Accident & Emergency departments.

According to the National Audit Office, violence and aggression towards frontline hospital staff is estimated to cost the NHS at least £69 million a year in staff absence, loss of productivity and additional security. We know designers have what it takes to develop new systems that help reduce violence and aggression in A&E.

Reducing violence and aggression in A&E by design from Design Council on Vimeo.

Read the full article and see the seminar programme on the Design Council website.

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