Use of coercive measures during involuntary hospitalization: findings from ten European countries.

@article{Raboch2010UseOC,
  title={Use of coercive measures during involuntary hospitalization: findings from ten European countries.},
  author={Jiř{\'i} Raboch and Lucie Kali{\vs}ov{\'a} and Alexander Nawka and Eva Kitzlerov{\'a} and Georgi Onchev and Anastasia Karastergiou and Lorenza Magliano and Algirdas Dembinskas and Andrzej Kiejna and Francisco Torres-Gonzales and Lars Kjellin and Stefan Priebe and Thomas Wilhelm Kallert},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  year={2010},
  volume={61 10},
  pages={1012-7}
}
OBJECTIVE Involuntary treatment in mental health care is a sensitive but rarely studied issue. This study was part of the European Evaluation of Coercion in Psychiatry and Harmonization of Best Clinical Practice (EUNOMIA) project. It assessed and compared the use of coercive measures in psychiatric inpatient facilities in ten European countries. METHODS The sample included 2,030 involuntarily admitted patients. Data were obtained on coercive measures (physical restraint, seclusion, and forced… CONTINUE READING
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