Enhanced Observation Policy For Patients With Mental Health
Formal 'enhanced observations' involving allocating one or two nurses to place an patient under continuous observation when acutely ill and at risk of self harm are ineffective, contribute to impersonal care, are stressful to practitioners and reinforce the perception of a custodial environment. This study looks at research studies that study alternatives to enhanced observation and argues that there are other ways, perhaps involving less intrusive monitoring or organizing care differently, that could be used as a more acceptable replacement. • the paper also argues that more research is needed into this area of mental health nursing. Observation of people with acute mental health problems 4 risk (assessment, decision making and recording) 4.1 the decision to use an increased level of observation is based on a variety of factors. central to it must be the risk assessment of that patient's mental state at that moment in time. At handover the nursing team identify which patients require enhanced observation to reduce risk and protect patients. the levels of observation are: usual ward observation cohort (two or more patients) observed in a bay 1:1 observation rmn or mental health hca (e.g. suicide risk, psychosis, not patients with dementia or. 5.2 enhanced observation some patients will require enhanced observation if they do not have the capacity to keep themselves safe or if they are at physiological or psychological risk. there are two types of enhanced observation – intermittent supportive observation and continuous supportive observation.
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