The Use of Restraint - Whose Need is Being Met?

28m of CPD
Linda Starr
11 October 2017

Another everyday ethical consideration in healthcare is that of 'restraint'. Both physical and chemical restraint are types that we are familiar with, but did you know there are actually many other forms too? Learn how you can recognise when the use of restraint is appropriate and when it is not, and how to ensure that ultimately you are meeting your patient's needs first.

Educator(s)

Linda Starr

Educator

Dr Linda Starr is a general and mental health qualified nurse, lawyer, and associate professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Flinders University. Her research interests have been in health law for health practitioners, criminal law, forensic health care, and elder abuse investigation and prosecution, which was the subject of her PhD. Linda is currently the chair of the state board of the Nursing and Midwifery Board, Australia, the director on the Board of Directors at the Aged Rights Advocacy Service, and is the founding president of the Australian Forensic Nurses Association. She has an extensive speaking record, nationally and internationally, on issues in health law, forensic nursing, and elder abuse.

Comments

tracey lackmann04 Jun 2018
Excellent and informative Great presenter

Noeleen Ryan25 May 2018
Great presentation on all aspects of restraints.

Kamariah Jumani14 May 2018
Great presentation

Jyotsna Pradhan10 May 2018
Educational

wendy maggay26 Apr 2018
Engaging and very informative

Linda Wallwork11 Apr 2018
Excellent information and well presented.

Michele Selby28 Mar 2018
Informative

Jenny Goldsmith14 Mar 2018
Well presented good examples given

Jenny Goldsmith14 Mar 2018
Covered all relevant areas/issues

Keith Wolf31 Dec 2017
An interesting review of what I already knew

Norest Mashonganyika22 Dec 2017
Professionally presented information.

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