Documenting the effects of sensory approaches in a seclusion and restraint reduction initiative
Brinson, Mary Hostetler
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This project provides a standardized data collection method for describing the effectiveness of a seclusion and restraint reduction initiative in an adult inpatient mental health setting. Practice-based evidence methodology provides a guideline for the development of the data collection framework. The list of data elements, based on a comprehensive literature review, are presented in a reproducible manual format with definitions and instructions for collecting data. Special emphasis is placed on collection of data reflecting the use of sensory modulation interventions to address emotion dysregulation, which can be a contributory factor in seclusion and restraint.
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