Advice for handling difficult or aggressive patients
Nurses are all too familiar with a spectrum of hostile behaviour – so why do patients lash out and what do you do if you are attacked?
Dealing with ‘challenging’ patients, who display aggression, use offensive language and other abusive behaviours, is an uncomfortable but all too familiar aspect of many nurses’ working lives.
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