DetailsThis important program discusses the strategies for handling patients whose behavior is difficult. Problem behavior is a catch-all term that refers to patients actions that are not dangerous but can still lead to disruptions of care. Examples of these actions include arguing with staff or visitors, challenging the rules, noisy behavior, name calling and swearing.The reasons difficult behavior must be handled:
Length: 21:00 Minutes
- Types of behaviors
The Intervention process
Patients prone to difficult behavior
- Package Includes
DVD, Leader's Guide and a PowerPoint. The purchase of the DVD contains both English and Spanish versions, the Leader's Guide is available in English and Spanish also.
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