Tag Archives: Post-Incident Reviews

Protecting NHS Staff, and Patients, From Violent and Aggressive Patients (NICE)

Summary Violence and aggression towards hospital staff is estimated to cost £69m a year (in staff absence, loss of productivity and additional security). The following updated NICE guidance offers recommendations (including suggestions for further research) on the prevention of violent … Continue reading

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Minimising Restrictive Interventions (Department of Health)

Summary Restrictive interventions include a variety of approaches which limit an individual’s movement, liberty and / or freedom to act independently. “Positive and proactive care: reducing the need for restrictive interventions” provides a framework for adult health and social care … Continue reading

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Guidance on Prevention and Management of Challenging Behaviour in NHS Settings (NHS Protect)

Summary This document offers guidance for NHS staff on handling clinically-related challenging behaviour. It covers the management of patients’ distress and the provision of treatment in an environment which is safe for staff, patients and visitors. “Clinically related challenging behaviour, … Continue reading

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