When your patient may have committed a crime: how to provide non-judgemental care
Any nurse could have contact with patients who have been accused or convicted of an offence, or found to have diminished
For nurses working in prisons, mental health units and even hospital emergency departments, caring for people who have been charged with or have committed serious crimes is part of the job.
Mental Health Practice.
26, 2, 12-13.
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