07 Oct Development of interventions catalogue to reduce mechanical restraint in forensic mental health services
Development of interventions catalogue to reduce mechanical restraint in forensic mental health services
Poster presentation52Ellen Boldrup Tingleff, Mental Health Services in the Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Jurriaanse FoyerFri 11:00 - 12:00
Aim: To develop and validate a targeted interventions catalogue based on previous research for use in the reduction of mechanical restraint in forensic mental health services (FMHS).
Methodology: The methodology of American pragmatism will be applied as the overall research approach, using the following sub-studies: 1. Develop interventions catalogue draft by qualitative analysis of existing data published in Tingleff et al. 2019a; Tingleff et al. 2019b; Gildberg et al. 2021; 2. Develop interventions catalogue by systematic literature searches of evidence-based interventions to reduce coercive measures; 3. Content validation of the interventions catalogue in interviews with patients, carers and staff.
Findings (preliminary): The results of sub-study 1 and 2 will be presented at the conference. Significance for practice: The results are expected to contribute to a safer environment in FMHS. Relevance for theme: This study develops knowledge of patient, carer and staff perceptions of violence and mechanical restraint prevention.