A recent RCN (Royal College of Nursing) congress discussed the importance of training for all nursing staff who treat vulnerable adults.
CPI’s Chris Stirling, who has worked as a learning disability nurse, and consultant nurse Jane Buswell co-presented at the event and outlined UK legislation, as well as legal and professional considerations that affect the use of restraint in clinical practice.
While the issue is complex, it’s important to consider the use of restraint in terms of duty of care. CPI’s CH-3
℠ training programme is designed to meet the needs of staff in all settings—and to help staff ensure the Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security
℠ of all their patients.
Learn more about Stirling and Buswell’s presentation
. Also check out “National Accreditation on Training in the Safe Use of Restraint.”