- changes in mental health policies that have made dangerousness a relatively more common reason for admission (as non-violent patients are more likely tobe treated in the community)
- lack of sufficiently experienced staff
- increased use of illegal substances.
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Thursday, 17 November 2016
Reasons for increasing incidents of violence in hospitals
Sunday, 6 November 2016
Psychosocial Problems/Stressors of being diabetic
- Restrictions of diet and activities
- Increased self-care needs
- Prospect of complications
- problems due to complications eg loss of sight or impotence
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