Training advice for supporting staff

Using the proactive understanding, restraint reduction and
safe management of aggression

Ethical Care already delivering Restraint Reduction

Recieved from Mr.Paul Keedwell RMN. BSc (Hons) Health Studies Executive Director of Nursing and Practise (Honorary Associate Professor, University of Exeter Medical School. Devon Partnership NHS Trust, Tuesday 26th March 2019. The Devon Partnership NHS Trust has indicated a considerable reduction in the prone restraint as figures are down by 51%, rapid tranquilisation are down by 14% and the use of seclusion down by 52% in the last two years since Ethical Care took over this contractual service and the need for restraint over this two year period has actually increased by 12%, although it is difficult to say categorically the ECC&R training is the only factor we can infer that the changes in the training and the positive attitude we have instilled through this has provided a conclusive positive impact. Figures taken from 01/03/2017 to 28/02/2019 Devon Partnership NHS Trust.

Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards 2019.

These standards have been developed in response to the growing concern that some of the existing training may not be of an adequate quality to maximise the safety of people who are distressed or of the staff who have the difficult task of supporting them. In addition such training is not always provided in context where minimisation of both risk and the use of the restrictive interventions is a priority. Therefore these standards have been been designed to provide a framework for training that scaffolds best practise. These standards will provide a national and international benchmark for training in supporting people who are distressed in education, health and social care settings. For several years we have been proactive in trying to establish National Standards for the methods used in physical intervention to comply with our Statement of Intent and Ethical Approach. We strongly believe that the vast majority of organisations, whose employees may be faced with a violent situation, are crying out for National Standards.

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ECC&R (UK) Ltd follow the following Restrictive Interventions for PMVA

Our courses include Restraint Reduction and adhere to proportionate restrictive interventions which include the legal aspects, national updated policy guidance on the theory regarding Physical Interventions which are in alignment with "Skills for health standards" in the use of Breakaway, Safe Holding & Restraining Young People, Adults and the Elderly.

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Our ethical approach minimises opportunities for conflict whilst reacting with care and control

ECC&R (UK) Ltd. Ethical Care methods and agreed variations are a broader strategy employed when addressing challenging behaviour and having to use physical intervention against minor, moderate or extreme aggression. The professional needs to be able to address the different challenges with different gradients of control which are at all times ethical, dignified, legal and reducing the need for restraint.

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