Violent Behaviour in the ED - Reference

…25. Violence. 2005; London; NICE. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. NICE Guideline 10. Violence and Aggression: Short-term management in mental health, health and community settings. 2015; London; NICE NHS security management Karas S. Behavioral Emergencies: Differentiating Medical from Psychiatric Disease. March 2002; Volume 4, Number 3: EB Medicine…

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TERN Top Papers November 2021 -

…10.1111/1742-6723.13836, 10.1111/1742-6723.13836 Addressing Post-pandemic Clinician Mental Health: A Narrative Review and Conceptual Framework2 This paper aims to synthesise research into 7 main themes regarding front-line clinician mental health needs post-pandemic. They matched this with current, readily available mental health resources found to be high yield and peer-reviewed these reso

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The Forgotten Tribe #IAHW2021 - Blog

…ED in many different guises, e.g. following recreational drug ingestion, as a result of an injury, as abdominal pain related to a STI or even a mental health crisis. Remember, not every young person presenting with a seeming “mental health crisis” has an underlying mental health disorder. There may be…

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October 2020 - Podcast

…reflect our workload and we should all look to ensure we keep up to date on mental health topics as much as we do chest pain or sepsis!! Mental health patients should have a mental health specific triage when they arrive in your ED, patients should be observed if medium…

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January 2019 - Podcast

…when, why and how mental health patients use the ED in order to better target interventions. They performed a large multi-site retrospective analysis of routine NHS patient level data for adult attendances across 18 EDs in Yorkshire and Humber in 2014. They categorised mental health attendances into 1) Psychiatric, 2)…

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Paediatric Toxicology Considerations - Reference

…of the exposure due to safeguarding, social and mental health issues. There are certain anatomical, physiological and developmental differences between adults and children that influence paediatric toxicological presentations: Anatomical differences Body weight: This can vary considerably between children of different ages and nutritional status. Body surface area (BSA): Children have…

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Breaking evidence: Non-Trainee Abstracts blog 1-3 - Breaking Evidence

…of Sheffield) Many of us will have experienced the frustration of trying to deliver care to mental health patients within an Emergency Department (ED) environment and with recourses suboptimal to their needs. Optimising the care of mental health patients in the ED is a shared concern amongst Emergency Physicians and…

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Violent Behaviour in the ED - Learning Session

…a range of mental health conditions. For example, in 2000, 5.4% of ED visits were due to mental health reasons compared with 12.5% in 2007. Since they are occurring more commonly, it is important to be familiar with the causes of aggressive behavior. It is becoming necessary to effectively address…

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Supporting Overseas Doctors - Blog

…Doctors, particularly the new ones on the block, need signposting to capacity resources – the mental capacity act 2005 and the mental health act are country specific, so they will be unfamiliar with it. Aspects of care relating to this will be different – in England for example, we rarely…

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