An Evidence Based Approach to Reduce Pediatric Seclusion and Restraint

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 302B
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 11:40 AM - 12:10 PM

Description:

Chandler, G. E. (2012). Reducing use of restraints and seclusion to create a culture of safety. Journal of psychosocial nursing and mental health services, 50(10), 29-36.
Reddy, B., Hassuk, B., & Azeem, M. (2017, February 28). Strategies to Reduce and Prevent Restraint and Seclusion in Pediatric Populations. Retrieved from https://www.psychiatrictimes.com/special-reports/strategies-reduce-and-prevent-restraint-and-seclusion-pediatric-populations

Jonikas, J. A., Cook, J. A., Rosen, C., Laris, A., & Kim, J. B. (2004). A program to reduce use of physical restraint in psychiatric inpatient facilities. Psychiatric Services, 55(7), 818-820.

Azeem, M. W., Aujla, A., Rammerth, M., Binsfeld, G., & Jones, R. B. (2011). Effectiveness of six core strategies based on trauma informed care in reducing seclusion and restraints at a child and adolescent psychiatric hospital. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 24(1), 11-15.
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: This session will present a comprehensive literature review on reducing the use of seclusion and restraint and share one organization’s experience with the implementation of best practices to safely manage aggressive behavior in an inpatient pediatric mental health unit.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dawn has over 16 years pediatric experience as a nurse at CHOC Children's Hospital. Though currently a charge nurse in the mental health inpatient center, Dawn's vast experience also includes medical, surgical, and emergency/trauma. She is a certified pediatric nurse as well as a certified psychiatric and mental health nurse. Dawn is an active leader in the organization and the chair of CHOC's Shared Governance structure including both Nursing Coordinating Council and Nursing Practice Council. She has recently completed her evidenced based scholars program to help decrease the use of seclusion and restraints on a pediatric mental health inpatient unit, and is excited to share the findings with all of you.
Primary Presenter Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Jamie is a charge nurse on the Mental Health Inpatient Unit at CHOC Children's hospital. She is currently a certified pediatric nurse with over 11 years of pediatric nursing experience. Her areas of expertise include medical, surgical, and mental health nursing. As an active leader, Jamie is a member of the Magnet Steering committee as well as the safety coach for her unit. She recently completed her evidenced based scholars program and looks forward to sharing the details with you today.
Session Type: Evidence-based Practice

Session Description: This session will present a comprehensive literature review on reducing the use of seclusion and restraint and share one organization’s experience with the implementation of best practices to safely manage aggressive behavior in an inpatient pediatric mental health unit.
Primary Presenter Bio: Dawn has over 16 years pediatric experience as a nurse at CHOC Children's Hospital. Though currently a charge nurse in the mental health inpatient center, Dawn's vast experience also includes medical, surgical, and emergency/trauma. She is a certified pediatric nurse as well as a certified psychiatric and mental health nurse. Dawn is an active leader in the organization and the chair of CHOC's Shared Governance structure including both Nursing Coordinating Council and Nursing Practice Council. She has recently completed her evidenced based scholars program to help decrease the use of seclusion and restraints on a pediatric mental health inpatient unit, and is excited to share the findings with all of you.
Primary Presenter Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Jamie is a charge nurse on the Mental Health Inpatient Unit at CHOC Children's hospital. She is currently a certified pediatric nurse with over 11 years of pediatric nursing experience. Her areas of expertise include medical, surgical, and mental health nursing. As an active leader, Jamie is a member of the Magnet Steering committee as well as the safety coach for her unit. She recently completed her evidenced based scholars program and looks forward to sharing the details with you today.