TOWARD A RESTRAINT-FREE ENVIRONMENT : Reducing the Use Of Physical and Chemical Restraints in Long-term and Acute-Care Settings

By: Braun, Judith V., and Lipson, Steve, at al

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xi, + 305pp., intext b/white line-drawn and half-tone plate illustrations throughout. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Printed gloss card wrapper mildly bumped and creased on foredge corners, else good. Text-block clean. Written primarily for the domestic (U.S.) health care provider, the contributing team of gerontologists, administrators and researchers have raised a subject matter that affects aged care facilities the world over . . . With clear, thoughtful advice, contents include; Prelims., Contributors, 16 chapters under 5 'parts', viz; Part I/ Planning for and Creating a Restraint-Free Environment. Part II/ Reducing the Use of Physical Restraints. Part III/ Reducing the Use of Chemical Restraints. Part IV/ Clinical issues in Restraint Use. Part V/ Legal, Regulatory and Ethical issues. Suggested Readings, Index. Book weight approx. 510g.

Title: TOWARD A RESTRAINT-FREE ENVIRONMENT : Reducing the Use Of Physical and Chemical Restraints in Long-term and Acute-Care Settings

Author Name: Braun, Judith V., and Lipson, Steve, at al

Categories: Medicine and Health,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., Health Professions Press: 1993

ISBN Number: 1878812122

ISBN Number 13: 9781878812124

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good +

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 009007

Keywords: MEDICAL, THERAPY, AGED CARE, GERONTOLOGY, CLINICAL GUIDE BOOKS, BEHAVIOURAL BRAUN, JUDITH V.