New ways of de-escalating violent behaviour in emergency services
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New ways of de-escalating violent behaviour in emergency services

Christian Duffin Freelance writer

Researchers in Australia believe they may have come up with a role for nursing students in helping to tackle the rising number of violent service users in emergency departments

In Australia, security guards are routinely placed in emergency departments (EDs) to respond when mental health service users become aggressive.

Mental Health Practice. 21, 3, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/mhp.21.3.8.s7

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