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Utility of the implementation of programmatic systems to reduce and eliminate restraint use for the treatment of problem behaviors with individuals with mental retardation

@inproceedings{Smalls2004UtilityOT,
  title={Utility of the implementation of programmatic systems to reduce and eliminate restraint use for the treatment of problem behaviors with individuals with mental retardation},
  author={Yemonja Smalls},
  year={2004}
}
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Reduction of aggressive and violent behavior toward behavioral health unit staff and other patients: a best practice implementation project.
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Enhanced evidence-based education and mock codes resulted in BHU staff competence and confidence in managing aggressive and/or violent patients, and a slight decrease in the rate of violence across all four inpatient BHUs. Expand

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