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Changing the culture of care: reducing restrictive practice

Stevens, Irene and Lawrie, Bert (2009) Changing the culture of care: reducing restrictive practice. In: SIRCC National Conference 2009 - Seeing the Whole Picture: Working in partnership to enhance the lives of children looked after away from home, 2009-06-11 - 2009-06-12.

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Abstract

Aim of Evaluation: To examine the impact of BSS at Linn Moor over a ten year period from 1998 -2007. To analyse the extent to which approaches to behavioural management have changed in the past ten years, including the use of restraint. To examine staff perceptions of changes in behavioural management strategies.