What to look for during constant observations: Expert consensus and a tool for observations recording
作者: Simon ChuKatie LambertAlison Baker
作者单位: 1Ashworth Research Centre Ashworth Hospital, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust Liverpool UK
2 School of Psychology University of Central Lancashire Preston UK
3 Coastal Child and Adult Therapeutic Services Poulton‐le‐Fylde UK
刊名: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2020, Vol.27 (1), pp.77-86
来源数据库: Wiley Journal
DOI: 10.1111/jpm.12555
关键词: ForensicPractice developmentSurvey designs
原始语种摘要: Accessible summary(#br)What is known on the subject?(#br)Supportive observations is the practice of closely monitoring patients who are acutely unwell in order to keep them safe. There are no formal guidelines for nursing staff on what to observe during observations.(#br)What this paper adds to existing knowledge?(#br)A consensus of expert opinion suggests that the clinically meaningful behaviours in supportive observations focus on six factors: agitation, self‐harm and suicide, violence, negative influence, disengagement and positive behaviour.(#br)What are the implications for practice?(#br)These aspects of patient presentation should be a part of the decision‐making discussions about observations. The Mersey Care Supportive Observations Recording Tool that emerged from this consensus...
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  • consensus 合意
  • develop 发展
  • decision 决定
  • disengagement 解脱
  • making 制定
  • look 
  • during 在的期间
  • practice 实践
  • panel 
  • presentation 提示