NHS trust uses children of staff in hard-hitting campaign against violence New posters put up by an NHS trust feature young children urging people not to attack hospital workers.
The North Tees and Hartlepool NHS trust, in North East England, is using the images of its own staff's children to try and reduce violence.
More than one in six workers at the trust (15 per cent) say they have experienced violence from patients, relatives or the public over the last year.
And, as another busy winter approaches, bosses have launched the campaign promoting their zero-tolerance approach to 'unacceptable' abuse. The Daily Mail