UT MD Anderson Cancer Center’s 2-STOP Program to Prevent Workplace Violence

Mark Berg, UT MD Anderson’s Director of the Employee Assistance Program talks about the 2-STOP program, a multi-disciplinary response team that is a resource to patients, families, visitors, and employees. The response team is made up the UT Police Department, risk management, employee health, employee assistance program and human resources that responds to any threat of violence.

This podcast was recorded in April 2017.

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