Restraint: its use and misuse in brief the care of older people
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Restraint: its use and misuse in brief the care of older people

Roger Watson Professor of Nursing, University of Hull

Restraint is an emotive issue, with legal and ethical dimensions, as well as psychological and physical effects on the person being restrained. Can its use ever be justified in the care of older people?

Nursing Older People. 13, 3, 21-26. doi: 10.7748/nop2001.05.13.3.21.c2178

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Ethics - Law

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