Safety And Security Measures In Psychiatric Acute Admission Wards In Kingdom Of Bahrain | 12546
Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Quiet environment in psychiatric setting allows the staff to give good quality of care to their patients which will satisfy nurses.
Physical and verbal aggression frequently occurs in acute wards of psychiatric hospital in Kingdom of Bahrain. The objective
of this study is to compare the safety and security measures in psychiatric acute admission wards in Kingdom of Bahrain, Ireland
and London. To describe similarities and differences in terms of safety and security in the three countries which are Kingdom of
Bahrain, Ireland and London. The research question is Are acute admission psychiatric wards in Kingdom of Bahrain safe and
secured for the health professionals? Data collection a sample of 100 psychiatric nurses will be chosen through simple random
sampling method in order to obtain their opinion regarding the causes of physical and verbal aggression against the nurses by
filling the questionnaire. SPSS program will be used to analyze the data and upon obtaining results the recommendations will
be set considering the benefits of patients and nurses. The significance of this study is to investigate and explore the safety and
security of nurses in acute admission psychiatric wards. Also to help understand the concept of aggression and how to manage
patients in safe and secured place. The recommendations may lead to change in the organization by reducing physical and verbal
violence towards nurses which will lead to more safe and secured environment.
Nehad Jasim Al-Rashid has completed her Masters in Nursing at the age of 42 years from Royal College of Surgeons in Bahrain. She started in 1992
as a general nurse in the acute female ward. Since 2001 she is Nurse Supervisor of male acute admission ward at psychiatric hospital in Kingdom
of Bahrain since 2001. She is member of many committees and presented many lectures in the country.
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