Understanding organizational context and heart failure management in long term care homes in Ontario, Canada
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This study examined the prevalence of Control Intervention (CI) use in adult in-patient psychiatric units/hospitals in Ontario and developed a profile of those patients who had CI use during their admission between April 2006 and March 2010. Control intervention types included mechanical/physical, chair prevents rising, acute control medications, and seclusion. The profiles of patients with control intervention use included an examination of sociodemographic, mental health service use, and mental health clinical characteristics.
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Jill Marcella, Jayanthini Nadarajah, Mary Lou Kelley, George A. Heckman, Sharon Kaasalainen, Patricia H. Strachan, Robert S. McKelvie, Ian Newhouse, Carrie A. McAiney, Catherine Demers, Paul Stolee (2012). Understanding organizational context and heart failure management in long term care homes in Ontario, Canada. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/11698
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