the results of studies directly related to de-escalating aggressive behavior is limited and more research is needed on preventing and de-escalating aggressive behavior. Level 1 Knox, D. K., & Holloman Jr, G. H. (2012). Use and avoidance of seclusion and restraint: Concensus statement of american association of emergency psychiatry project beta seclusion and restraint workshop. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 13 (1), 35-40. Type of Study: Expert Opinion Design Type: Descripted Framework/Theory: Not specified Psychiatric emergency services, Emergency department Concepts: restraints, seclusion, de-escalation, agitation Independent Variable: verbal de-escalation Dependent Variable: restraint and seclusion reduction Controlled Variable: none identified Restrain and seclusion reduction worked well in the inpatient setting, however, it may be unrealistic in the prehospital and emergency department setting. More research is needed Level 5 Nelstrop, L., Corr, F., Johnston, S., & Tsuchiya, A. (2006). A systematic review of the safety and effectiveness of restraint and seclusion as interventions for the short-term management of violence in adult psyhiatric inpatient settings and emergency department . Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 3 (1), 8-18.
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 5 pages?
- Summer '15
- Psychiatry, Emergency Department