Should mental health nurses use body-worn cameras at work?
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Should mental health nurses use body-worn cameras at work?

Andrea Downey Health journalist

Body-worn cameras can help tackle violence towards nurses but there are ethical considerations with people in mental health settings

Mental health providers are increasingly turning to body-worn cameras to tackle violence and aggression towards staff.

Mental Health Practice. 27, 4, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/mhp.27.4.6.s2

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