How to manage aggressive behaviour in trauma care
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How to manage aggressive behaviour in trauma care

Joanne Lockwood Major trauma matron, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, National Major Trauma Nursing Group

Anger can come from vulnerable patients and gentle words might de-escalate difficult situations faster

There was always something about emergency care, and specifically trauma care, that appeared different from other areas of nursing. But it comes with its challenges.

Emergency Nurse. 31, 2, 9-9. doi: 10.7748/en.31.2.9.s3

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