How mental health nurses can use recovery-focused care to reduce aggression in the acute mental health settings
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This hybrid thesis presents a two-phase sequential exploratory mixed methods research that explored mental health nurses’ and consumers’ beliefs of how recovery-focused care can be used to reduce aggression in the acute mental health settings. The thesis is comprised of traditional thesis chapters and five peer-reviewed publications. The findings of this research provide evidence-based knowledge for mental health nurses to understand how they can translate the use of recovery-focused care clinically to reduce aggression.
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