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Men with severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviour in long-stay hospital care: qualitative study



Men with severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviour in long-stay hospital care: qualitative study



British Journal of Psychiatry 188: 70-74



Background Community-based health and social care professionals have little knowledge of the past experiences of people with severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviour who are living in institutions.Aims To gain a greater understanding of the experiences and needs of men who are living in a locked ward.Method The study sample consisted of 20 men who were living in a locked ward of a long-stay institution.

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PMID: 16388073

DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.105.010223


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