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This assignment challenges you to explore the evidence around restraints for challenging behaviours, be they physical or psychological, and asks the question:

In caring for someone who is displaying challenging behaviour’s are restraints ( physical or chemical) acceptable? Drawing on contemporary evidence provide recommendations for alternatives to restraint that ensure patient safety.

Consider the following:

  • Patient and Staff safety
  • Ethical considerations ( biomedical principles of justice, autonomy, beneficience and non-maleficence)
  • Human and healthcare rights
  • Australian healthcare standards, RN Standards for Practice, and local policies
  • Australian Capital Territory law with regard to restraint.
  • Mental health Act 2015 (ACT)

This should be presented in an essay format with a clear introduction and conclusion and at least 10 contemporary references. The word limit is 1500 words +/- 10 %

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