An investigation into the effectiveness of sensory modulation in reducing seclusion within an acute mental health unit

@inproceedings{Lloyd2014AnII,
  title={An investigation into the effectiveness of sensory modulation in reducing seclusion within an acute mental health unit},
  author={Chris Lloyd and Robert Vung King and Tawanda Machingura},
  year={2014}
}
AbstractIn this paper we report the findings from an evaluation of the introduction of sensory modulation (SM) in an acute mental health inpatient unit. It was expected that SM could be used to help settle patients experiencing high levels of disturbance and that as a result, there would be less need for use of more restrictive seclusion practices. The evaluation took place in a hospital in south-east Queensland, Australia. SM was introduced in one acute unit while the other served as a control… CONTINUE READING

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