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Creating Sanctuary: Reducing Violence in a Maximum Security Forensic Psychiatric Unit

References

Bloom, Sandra L. (1997). Creating sanctuary toward and evolution of sane societies.  Rutledge, New York, NY

Bloom, Sandra L. (2008). The Sanctuary Model. retrieved on 11-10-2008, from; http://www.sanctuaryweb.com

DeLacy, L. (2000).  Seclusion and restraint position statement & standards of practice.  Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Rose, A. Promoting Awareness , Victim Empowerment (PAVE). Retrieved on 11-10-2008 from; http://www.pavingtheway.net

Pitonyak, D.  (2008). Upside down and inside out: Supporting a person in crisis, supporting the people who care. Retrieved on 11-10-2008 from; http://www.dimagine.com 

Riemer, D. and Corwith, C. (2007). Application of core strategies: reducing seclusion & restraint use.  On The Edge.  The official news letter of the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Volume 13. Number 3, 7-10. Fall 2007

Rosenberg, M .(2003). Nonviolent communication: a language of life. Encinitas, CA:Puddle Dancer Press. (foreword, 7)

Sears, M. (2007). Choose  Your Words: harnessing the power of compassionate communication to heal and connect.  CareInAction. (2)

Sears, M. (2006). Humanizing Health Care with Nonviolent Communication: a guide to revitalizing the health care industry in America. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse. (17, 39)

Stokowski, Laura. RN, MS (2007) Alternatives to Restraint and Seclusion in Mental Health Settings: Questions and Answers From Psychiatric Nurse Experts. Med Scape Today. Retrieved on 11-10-2008 from; http://www.medscape.com

US Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Retrieved on 11-10-2008 from; http://www.osha.gov/sltc/workplaceviolence


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