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Phasing out seclusion through staff training and support

Phasing out seclusion through staff training and support

Nursing Times 92(32): 43-44

Seclusion raises considerable ethical issues. While many services aim to phase out this practice, little research has been conducted into how this can be achieved. This article describes the phasing out of seclusion from a locked ward in a hospital for people with learning disabilities. The implications of these findings for other services are discussed.

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