As ACOG members continue providing patient care during this time, we understand that both they and their patients have questions about women's health during the pandemic. These FAQs are developed by several Task Forces, assembled of practicing obstetrician-gynecologists and ACOG members with expertise in obstetrics, maternal-fetal medicine, gynecology, gynecologic subspecialties, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, infectious disease, hospital systems, telehealth, and ethics, who are on the frontline caring for patients during this pandemic. The COVID pandemic is a rapidly evolving situation and ACOG encourages local facilities and systems, with input from their obstetric care professionals, to develop innovative protocols that meet the health care needs of their patients while considering CDC guidance, guidance from local and state health departments, community spread, health care personnel availability, geography, access to readily available local resources, and coordination with other centers. This is a rapidly changing landscape, and FAQs will be added or modified on a regular basis as the pandemic evolves and additional information becomes available. For additional information, see the Physician FAQs. Patients: Please refer to this page for information on coronavirus, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.
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Individuals other than patients who may cause violence in healthcare settings include family members of patients and other visitors, employees, and criminals. Many factors contribute to violence in healthcare: patients and their loved ones are often vulnerable and, at times, distraught; healthcare workers must function in typically stressful environments; there is hour access to the hospital setting; and the presence of drugs can make healthcare settings attractive targets. Violence in healthcare may take a variety of forms, ranging from verbal aggression to physical assault, including the use of deadly weapons against physicians, other workers, and patients. It is therefore associated with a variety of risks for patient and worker safety as well as organizational liability.