Thursday, January 29, 2015

Caring for a Combative Client Practice Test

Combative clients can be challenging for even the most seasoned healthcare professional; however, having a strong knowledge of preventive and safety measures goes a long way in providing safer, more effective care. The article Caring for the Combative Client provides a good overview of information about the subject before attempting the practice test. Always be aware of and follow facility policy and applicable laws.

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