Reviews

Handbook of Secure Care

This book was intended to be the ‘go-to’ reference book for professionals in its field but in this edition, it is unlikely to be

This book was intended to be the ‘go-to’ reference book for professionals in its field but in this edition, it is unlikely to be.

With complex meta analysis on risk assessment, and engaging chapters on human rights, audit, staff support and relational security, the book will be of interest to health care managers, psychiatrists and nurses.

There are many things to recommend the book, including a how-to guide on clinical audit and a useful exploration of a staff-support staff programme.

Given its price, however, I suspect student denizens of libraries are its most likely readers.

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