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Restraint-free care

individualized approaches for frail elders

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Published by Springer Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing home care.,
  • Nursing home patients -- Restraint.,
  • Frail elderly -- Nursing home care.,
  • Geriatric Nursing -- methods.,
  • Frail Elderly.,
  • Restraint, Physical.,
  • Patient Care Planning.,
  • Nursing Homes.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNeville E. Strumpf ... [et al.].
    SeriesSpringer series on geriatric nursing
    ContributionsStrumpf, Neville E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC954.3 .R47 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 151 p. ;
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL369195M
    ISBN 100826112153
    LC Control Number98029833
    OCLC/WorldCa39361399

    Establish restraint-free care by first considering all your alternatives. Zara R. Brenner is an assistant professor of nursing at the State University of New York at Brockport and a clinical nurse specialist case manager at the Genesee Hospital in Rochester, NY. In the sample, 48 (%) were black and (%) white; there were no other minorities. Because the setting was a veterans' facility, there was a preponderance of males in the sample (n = Cited by:

    Preventing Falls: ID types of falls, fall-prone typologies, & development of Morse Fall Scale. Studied use of restraints and developed alternative protections for restraint-free care. Wrote articles/books for nurses to initiate intervention programs. Present focus on reestablishing Morse Fall Scale and developing a safe hospital bed. Suffering & Enduring: Research focus on redirecting.   Social behavior and aggressive problems of cats.. PubMed. Crowell-Davis, S L; Barry, K; Wolfe, R. Cats form social groups in which individuals recognize each other, and the cohesiveness of the group is maintained by a variety of amicable tic behavior may occur between group members and between group members and nongroup members.. Within the domestic .

    This book provides health and social care professionals with an authoritative reading resource on the ethics and use of restraint. It provides an overview of the different forms of restraint, the conditions under which they are used, and their implications for the health and wellbeing of older people. This book provides health and social care professionals with an authoritative reading resource on the ethics and use of restraint. The book provides an overview of the different forms of restraint, the conditions under which they are used, and their implications for the health and wellbeing of older people.


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This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of the : Joan Wagner, Joanne Robinson.

Restraint-Free Care: Individualized Approaches for Frail Elders by Neville Strumpf PhD RN C FAAN () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Restraint-Free Care: Individualized Approaches for Frail Elders by Neville Strumpf PhD RN C FAAN ()Manufacturer: Springer Publishing Company.

Springer Publishing Company, - Medical - pages 0 Reviews This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of. Rights, Risks and Restraint-Free Care will help managers and staff to think through the risks and ethics of restraint and find ways to free residents from the institutional bonds that make them prisoners in what is supposed to be their "home".Format: Paperback.

This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of the elderly. Written by leading experts in the field, the book contains specific strategies for understanding behavior, making constructive changes in the individualís environment, and managing the risk of falls and.

Restraint-Free Care Years ago, there was a common misconception that restraints improve the safety of frail elders and disabled adults.

The truth, however, is that restraints are dangerous and often entail more risks than benefits. Many studies document the dangers and recommend more dignified methods to improve residents’ safety. A restraint-free environment epitomizes the concept of patient-centered care.

To create this environment, the facility must develop a new organizational culture that is supported at all hierarchical levels. For the impetus to continue, staff must be rewarded for successful : American Nurse Today.

This article briefly reviews the types and consequences of restraints, provides a list of evidence-based guidelines for restraint-free care, and offers strategies to reduce restraint use. 1,4,6–10 (See Sorting out restraints.). Toward restraint-free care. Accurate assessment and documentation of restraint episodes provide valuable information to improve treatment processes, ultimately helping nurses create an environment where restraint-free care is possible.

References. CMS Manual System. Pub. State Operations. Provider Certification. Transmittal Barriers to implementing restraint free care policies NARI study published in found a number of barriers, these included: Fear of patient/resident injury and subsequent litigation Staffing and resource issues Lack of education on alternatives to restraints Environmental constraintsFile Size: 1MB.

Rights, Risk and Restraint-Free Care of Older People is a book about restraint, focusing on older people. The book is structured as an edited collection of contributions by professionally distinguished contributors from various countries and drawn from a range of professions.

Restraint-Free Care This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of the elderly. (The Midwest Book Review) There are still too many care homes where residents are not free to move around.

They are "restrained" by door locks and key pads or by being belted into wheelchairs, or simply told to "sit down". Most of it arises because the culture of the home remains controlling and : $ give rise to health and social care staff considering the use of restraint need to be understood, and there should be much greater awareness of therapeutic approaches, which are at the core of health and social care practice.

The cen-tral premise underpinning this book is that any form of restraint should onlyFile Size: 81KB. Summary: This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of the elderly.

24, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. Restraint-free care: a look back. Link/Page Citation It has been over six years since the bed skilled free standing facility in which I was the Director of Nursing eliminated the use of physical restraints and reduced the use of chemical restraints or (psychotropic drugs) to less.

Rights, Risk and Restraint-Free Care of Older People is a book about restraint, focusing on older people. The book is structured as an edited collection of contributions by professionally distinguished contributors from various countries and drawn from a range of professions. The Editor.

The complete guideline, Changing the Practice of Physical Restraint Use in Acute Care (Lach & Leach, ), which incorporates new evidence-graded recommendations for care Cited by: 9.

This book is designed to help clinicians, administrators, students, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of the elderly.

The restraint of older people is a pressing issue for health and social care practice. This book provides health and social care professionals with an authoritative reading resource on the ethics and use of restraint. The book provides an overview of the different forms of restraint, the conditions under which they are used, and their implications for the health and wellbeing of older people.

The challenging behaviors that develop over the course of degenerative dementia continue to result in patients receiving restrictive pharmacological and mechanical restraint. Hence, within the field of the care of persons with dementia, there is increasing recognition of the need for Cited by: Get this from a library!

Restraint-free care: individualized approaches for frail elders. [Neville E Strumpf;] -- This manual is designed to help clinicians, administrators, and families attain the goal of restraint-free care of frail elderly persons. Practical alternatives to restraint models of support.

Abstract. ABSTRACT. Restraint-free care has emerged as an indicator of quality care for older adults in all settings.

The most difficult challenges to achieving this goal are care of hospitalized Cited by: