Aggression : a nurses' guide to therapeutic management

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Aggression : a nurses' guide to therapeutic management

Gerald A. Farrell, Colin Gray

Scutari, 1992

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Note

Bibliography: p151-154.

Includes index

Description and Table of Contents

Description

Aggression is a fact of life and a fairly common experience. People who are ill may show their worries and fears through aggressive behaviour. This book sets out to give nurses and other health care professionals an understanding of this behaviour and how best to cope with aggressive situations.

Table of Contents

  • Part 1 Reflect
  • the importance of self-awareness
  • environmental factors in aggression
  • patients' personal factors in aggression. Part 2 Relate
  • recognizing verbal and non-verbal aspects of aggression
  • making therapeutic responses to another's aggression
  • long-term help to control aggression
  • responding to emergencies
  • action after incidents. Part 3 Review
  • incident analysis
  • assessing personal risk.

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Details

  • NCID
    BA47038758
  • ISBN
    • 1871364604
  • Country Code
    uk
  • Title Language Code
    eng
  • Text Language Code
    eng
  • Place of Publication
    London
  • Pages/Volumes
    xviii,158 p.
  • Size
    23 cm
  • Classification
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