hitting the spot

McKenzie, Karen; Chalmers, Eleanor; Paxton, Donna; Murray, George
April 2003
Learning Disability Practice;Apr2003, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p15
Academic Journal
Examines staff awareness of the cycle of aggression and assault on staff working in learning disability services in Great Britain. Phases of an assault cycle; Methods used in the study; Use of questionnaire format to assess staff knowledge of the assault cycle; Examination of incident reports.


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