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Research Priority 5

Improves how we prevent inpatient aggression and violence and reduce restrictive intervention use

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Lantta, T., Duxbury, J., Haines-Delmont, A., Björkdahl, A., Husum, T. L., Lickiewicz, J., Douzenis, A., Craig, E., Goodall, K., Bora, C., Whyte, R., & Whittington, R. (2023). Models, frameworks and theories in the implementation of programs targeted to reduce formal coercion in mental health settings: a systematic review. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14, 1158145.

Välimäki, M., Lam, J., Bressington, D., Cheung, T., Wong, W. K., Cheng, P. Y. I., Ng, C. F., Ng, T., Yam, C. P., Ip, G., Paul, L., & Lantta, T. (2022). Nurses’, patients’, and informal caregivers’ attitudes toward aggression in psychiatric hospitals: A comparative survey study. PloS one, 17(9), e0274536.

Day, A., Newton, D., Cooke, D., & Tamatea, A. (2022). Interventions to prevent prison violence: A scoping review of the available research evidence. The Prison Journal, 102(6), 745-769.

Roberton, T. & Daffern, M. (2022). A protocol for responding to aggression risk in residential aged care facilities. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 39(4), 35-42.