International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 11, Part B (2017)
A study to assess the knowledge of nursing students regarding psychiatric emergencies
Shalini Pathania, Shivani Pathania and Nitin Goel
The primary goal in office- based primary care is rapid recognition of potential or actual aggression, reduction, of potential for danger, timely triage, and effective disposition of the potentially dangerous patient. Effective management depends on accurate risk assessment, all forms and appearance of threat must be taken seriously and not ignored, not all, however, require emergent action, under reaction to threat can have devastating consequences, and overreaction can lead to frustration and dissatisfaction on the parts of the patient, family, physician and those whose emergent assistance is being demanded.
How to cite this article:
Shalini Pathania, Shivani Pathania and Nitin Goel. A study to assess the knowledge of nursing students regarding psychiatric emergencies. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(11): 73-75.