The Effect of Changed Situation, Attention and Training on the Mealtime Behavior of Long-Stay Psychiatric Patients
Among the more deteriorated group of long-stay psychiatric patients, problematic mealtime behaviours are frequently identified and often result in restriction of access to outings or holidays and many contribute to lessening relative-patient contact. Modification of these behaviours could, therefore, have considerable advantages for the patient.
KeywordsBaseline Phase Token Economy Mealtime Behaviour Situational Effect Ward Setting
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