Verpleegkunde Nummer 2 , pp. 36-39
jun 2022, jaargang 37
Verpleegkunde Nr. 2 , pp. 36-39
jun 2022, jr. 37
Proefschrift

Invloed van verpleegkundigen op agressie en separatie

Separatie is een controversiële interventie met risico op ernstig nadeel voor patiënten, variërend van angst en frustratie op het moment van separatie tot ernstig lichamelijk letsel. Separatie heeft geen therapeutische waarde en wordt slechts gebruikt als laatste redmiddel om ernstig nadeel af te wenden. De wetenschappelijke kennis over de invloed van verpleegkundigen op agressief gedrag en separatie is echter beperkt. Het doel van dit proefschrift was het onderzoeken van de invloed van verpleegkundigen op het ontstaan van agressie van patiënten en het gebruik van separatie, met het oog op de toekomstige ontwikkeling van preventieve interventies.

Referenties

  1. Frueh BC, Knapp RG, Cusack KJ, Grubaugh AL, Sauvageot JA, Cousins VC, et al. Patients’ reports of traumatic or harmful experiences within the psychiatric setting. Psychiatr Serv. 2005;56(9):1123-33.
  2. Nath SB, Marcus SC. Medical errors in psychiatry. Harv Rev Psychiatry. 2006;14(4):204-11.
  3. Rakhmatullina M, Taub A, Jacob T. Morbidity and mortality associated with the utilization of restraints : a review of literature. Psychiatr Q. 2013;84(4):499-512.
  4. Steinert T, Birk M, Flammer E, Bergk J. Subjective distress after seclusion or mechanical restraint: one-year followup of a randomized controlled study. Psychiatr Serv. 2013;64(10):1012-7.
  5. Sailas E, Fenton M. Seclusion and restraint for people with serious mental illnesses. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2000(2):Cd001163.
  6. Bowers L, Alexander J, Simpson A, Ryan C, Carr-Walker P. Cultures of psychiatry and the professional socialization process: the case of containment methods for disturbed patients. Nurse Educ Today. 2004;24(6):435-42.
  7. Noorthoorn EO, Voskes Y, Janssen WA, Mulder CL, van de Sande R, Nijman HL, et al. Seclusion reduction in dutch mental health care: Did hospitals meet goals? Psychiatr Serv. 2016;67(12):1321-7.
  8. Dolhuys-manifest. Haarlem 2016.
  9. Kallert TW, Glöckner M, Onchev G, Raboch J, Karastergiou A, Solomon Z, et al. The EUNOMIA project on coercion in psychiatry: study design and preliminary data. World Psychiatry. 2005;4(3):168-72.
  10. Campbell JC, Messing JT, Kub J, Agnew J, Fitzgerald S, Fowler B, et al. Workplace violence: prevalence and risk factors in the safe at work study. J Occup Environ Med. 2011;53(1):82-9.
  11. Di Martino V. Framework guidelines for addressing workplace violence in the health sector. Geneva: International Labour Organization (WHO), International Council of Nurses (ICN), World Health Organization (WHO), Public Services International (PSI); 2002.
  12. Bowers L. Safewards: a new model of conflict and containment on psychiatric wards. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2014;21(6):499-508.
  13. Voskes Y, van Melle AL, Widdershoven GAM, van Mierlo A, Bovenberg FJM, Mulder CL. High and Intensive Care in Psychiatry: A New Model for Acute Inpatient Care. Psychiatr Serv. 2021:appips201800440.
  14. Duxbury J, Whittington R. Causes and management of patient aggression and violence: staff and patient perspectives. J Adv Nurs. 2005;50(5):469-78.
  15. Lamanna D, Ninkovic D, Vijayaratnam V, Balderson K, Spivak H, Brook S, et al. Aggression in psychiatric hospitalizations: a qualitative study of patient and provider perspectives. Journal of mental health. 2016:1-7.
  16. Berkowitz L. Frustration-aggression hypothesis: examination and reformulation. Psychol Bull. 1989;106(1):59-73.
  17. Bowers L, Stewart D, Papadopoulos C, Dack C, Ross J, Khanom H, editors. Inpatient Violence and Aggression: A Literature Review 2011.
  18. Ilkiw-Lavalle O, Grenyer BF. Differences between patient and staff perceptions of aggression in mental health units. Psychiatr Serv. 2003;54(3):389-93.
  19. Omérov M, Edman G, Wistedt B. Violence and threats of violence within psychiatric care--a comparison of staff and patient experience of the same incident. Nord J Psychiatry. 2004;58(5):363-9.
  20. Vermeulen JM, Doedens P, Boyette LNJ, Spek B, Latour CHM, de Haan L. “But I did not touch nobody!”-Patients’ and nurses’ perspectives and recommendations after aggression on psychiatric wards-A qualitative study. J Adv Nurs. 2019;75(11):2845-54.
  21. Vermeulen JM, Doedens P, Cullen SW, van Tricht MJ, Hermann R, Frankel M, et al. Predictors of Adverse Events and Medical Errors Among Adult Inpatients of Psychiatric Units of Acute Care General Hospitals. Psychiatr Serv. 2018;69(10):1087-94.
  22. Doedens P, Vermeulen JM, ter Riet G, Boyette LNJ, Latour CH, de Haan L. Association between characteristics of nursing teams and incidence of patients’ aggressive behaviour in acute psychiatric wards - a two-year follow-up study. under review.
  23. Hoekstra HA, Ormel J, Fruyt Fd. Handleiding NEO persoonlijkheids-vragenlijsten NEO-PI-R en NEO-FFI. Lisse: Swets Test Services; 1996.
  24. Fielding A, Goldstein H. Cross-classified and multiple membership structures in multilevel models: an introduction and review: University of Birmingham; 2006.
  25. Laukkanen E, Vehviläinen-Julkunen K, Louheranta O, Kuosmanen L. Psychiatric nursing staffs’ attitudes towards the use of containment methods in psychiatric inpatient care: An integrative review. Int J Ment Health Nurs. 2019;28(2):390-406.
  26. Laiho T, Kattainen E, Åstedt-Kurki P, Putkonen H, Lindberg N, Kylmä J. Clinical decision making involved in secluding and restraining an adult psychiatric patient: an integrative literature review. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2013;20(9):830-9.
  27. Riahi S, Thomson G, Duxbury J. An integrative review exploring decision-making factors influencing mental health nurses in the use of restraint. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2016.
  28. Doedens P, Vermeulen J, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L. Influence of nursing staff attitudes and characteristics on the use of coercive measures in acute mental health services-A systematic review. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2020;27(4):446-59.
  29. Doedens P, Ter Riet G, Vermeulen J, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L. Influence of nursing staff characteristics on seclusion in acute mental health care-A prospective two-year follow-up study. Arch Psychiatr Nurs. 2021;35(5):491-8.
  30. Cafri G, Hedeker D, Aarons GA. An introduction and integration of cross-classified, multiple membership, and dynamic group random-effects models. Psychol Methods. 2015;20(4):407-21.
  31. Ross BH, Murphy GL. Food for thought: cross-classification and category organization in a complex real-world domain. Cogn Psychol. 1999;38(4):495-553.
  32. Luo W, Kwok OM. The Impacts of Ignoring a Crossed Factor in Analyzing Cross-Classified Data. Multivariate Behav Res. 2009;44(2):182-212.
  33. Meyers JL, Beretvas SN. The Impact of Inappropriate Modeling of Cross-Classified Data Structures. Multivariate Behav Res. 2006;41(4):473-97.
  34. Doedens P, ter Riet G, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L, Twisk J. Cross-classified multilevel models improved standard error estimates of covariates in clinical outcomes – a simulation study. Accepted by Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2022.
  35. Gaynes BN, Brown CL, Lux LJ, Brownley KA, Van Dorn RA, Edlund MJ, et al. Preventing and de-escalating aggressive behavior among adult psychiatric patients: a systematic review of the evidence. Psychiatr Serv. 2017;68(8):819-31.
Proefschrift

Invloed van verpleegkundigen op agressie en separatie

Separatie is een controversiële interventie met risico op ernstig nadeel voor patiënten, variërend van angst en frustratie op het moment van separatie tot ernstig lichamelijk letsel. Separatie heeft geen therapeutische waarde en wordt slechts gebruikt als laatste redmiddel om ernstig nadeel af te wenden. De wetenschappelijke kennis over de invloed van verpleegkundigen op agressief gedrag en separatie is echter beperkt. Het doel van dit proefschrift was het onderzoeken van de invloed van verpleegkundigen op het ontstaan van agressie van patiënten en het gebruik van separatie, met het oog op de toekomstige ontwikkeling van preventieve interventies.

Referenties

  1. Frueh BC, Knapp RG, Cusack KJ, Grubaugh AL, Sauvageot JA, Cousins VC, et al. Patients’ reports of traumatic or harmful experiences within the psychiatric setting. Psychiatr Serv. 2005;56(9):1123-33.
  2. Nath SB, Marcus SC. Medical errors in psychiatry. Harv Rev Psychiatry. 2006;14(4):204-11.
  3. Rakhmatullina M, Taub A, Jacob T. Morbidity and mortality associated with the utilization of restraints : a review of literature. Psychiatr Q. 2013;84(4):499-512.
  4. Steinert T, Birk M, Flammer E, Bergk J. Subjective distress after seclusion or mechanical restraint: one-year followup of a randomized controlled study. Psychiatr Serv. 2013;64(10):1012-7.
  5. Sailas E, Fenton M. Seclusion and restraint for people with serious mental illnesses. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2000(2):Cd001163.
  6. Bowers L, Alexander J, Simpson A, Ryan C, Carr-Walker P. Cultures of psychiatry and the professional socialization process: the case of containment methods for disturbed patients. Nurse Educ Today. 2004;24(6):435-42.
  7. Noorthoorn EO, Voskes Y, Janssen WA, Mulder CL, van de Sande R, Nijman HL, et al. Seclusion reduction in dutch mental health care: Did hospitals meet goals? Psychiatr Serv. 2016;67(12):1321-7.
  8. Dolhuys-manifest. Haarlem 2016.
  9. Kallert TW, Glöckner M, Onchev G, Raboch J, Karastergiou A, Solomon Z, et al. The EUNOMIA project on coercion in psychiatry: study design and preliminary data. World Psychiatry. 2005;4(3):168-72.
  10. Campbell JC, Messing JT, Kub J, Agnew J, Fitzgerald S, Fowler B, et al. Workplace violence: prevalence and risk factors in the safe at work study. J Occup Environ Med. 2011;53(1):82-9.
  11. Di Martino V. Framework guidelines for addressing workplace violence in the health sector. Geneva: International Labour Organization (WHO), International Council of Nurses (ICN), World Health Organization (WHO), Public Services International (PSI); 2002.
  12. Bowers L. Safewards: a new model of conflict and containment on psychiatric wards. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2014;21(6):499-508.
  13. Voskes Y, van Melle AL, Widdershoven GAM, van Mierlo A, Bovenberg FJM, Mulder CL. High and Intensive Care in Psychiatry: A New Model for Acute Inpatient Care. Psychiatr Serv. 2021:appips201800440.
  14. Duxbury J, Whittington R. Causes and management of patient aggression and violence: staff and patient perspectives. J Adv Nurs. 2005;50(5):469-78.
  15. Lamanna D, Ninkovic D, Vijayaratnam V, Balderson K, Spivak H, Brook S, et al. Aggression in psychiatric hospitalizations: a qualitative study of patient and provider perspectives. Journal of mental health. 2016:1-7.
  16. Berkowitz L. Frustration-aggression hypothesis: examination and reformulation. Psychol Bull. 1989;106(1):59-73.
  17. Bowers L, Stewart D, Papadopoulos C, Dack C, Ross J, Khanom H, editors. Inpatient Violence and Aggression: A Literature Review 2011.
  18. Ilkiw-Lavalle O, Grenyer BF. Differences between patient and staff perceptions of aggression in mental health units. Psychiatr Serv. 2003;54(3):389-93.
  19. Omérov M, Edman G, Wistedt B. Violence and threats of violence within psychiatric care--a comparison of staff and patient experience of the same incident. Nord J Psychiatry. 2004;58(5):363-9.
  20. Vermeulen JM, Doedens P, Boyette LNJ, Spek B, Latour CHM, de Haan L. “But I did not touch nobody!”-Patients’ and nurses’ perspectives and recommendations after aggression on psychiatric wards-A qualitative study. J Adv Nurs. 2019;75(11):2845-54.
  21. Vermeulen JM, Doedens P, Cullen SW, van Tricht MJ, Hermann R, Frankel M, et al. Predictors of Adverse Events and Medical Errors Among Adult Inpatients of Psychiatric Units of Acute Care General Hospitals. Psychiatr Serv. 2018;69(10):1087-94.
  22. Doedens P, Vermeulen JM, ter Riet G, Boyette LNJ, Latour CH, de Haan L. Association between characteristics of nursing teams and incidence of patients’ aggressive behaviour in acute psychiatric wards - a two-year follow-up study. under review.
  23. Hoekstra HA, Ormel J, Fruyt Fd. Handleiding NEO persoonlijkheids-vragenlijsten NEO-PI-R en NEO-FFI. Lisse: Swets Test Services; 1996.
  24. Fielding A, Goldstein H. Cross-classified and multiple membership structures in multilevel models: an introduction and review: University of Birmingham; 2006.
  25. Laukkanen E, Vehviläinen-Julkunen K, Louheranta O, Kuosmanen L. Psychiatric nursing staffs’ attitudes towards the use of containment methods in psychiatric inpatient care: An integrative review. Int J Ment Health Nurs. 2019;28(2):390-406.
  26. Laiho T, Kattainen E, Åstedt-Kurki P, Putkonen H, Lindberg N, Kylmä J. Clinical decision making involved in secluding and restraining an adult psychiatric patient: an integrative literature review. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2013;20(9):830-9.
  27. Riahi S, Thomson G, Duxbury J. An integrative review exploring decision-making factors influencing mental health nurses in the use of restraint. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2016.
  28. Doedens P, Vermeulen J, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L. Influence of nursing staff attitudes and characteristics on the use of coercive measures in acute mental health services-A systematic review. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 2020;27(4):446-59.
  29. Doedens P, Ter Riet G, Vermeulen J, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L. Influence of nursing staff characteristics on seclusion in acute mental health care-A prospective two-year follow-up study. Arch Psychiatr Nurs. 2021;35(5):491-8.
  30. Cafri G, Hedeker D, Aarons GA. An introduction and integration of cross-classified, multiple membership, and dynamic group random-effects models. Psychol Methods. 2015;20(4):407-21.
  31. Ross BH, Murphy GL. Food for thought: cross-classification and category organization in a complex real-world domain. Cogn Psychol. 1999;38(4):495-553.
  32. Luo W, Kwok OM. The Impacts of Ignoring a Crossed Factor in Analyzing Cross-Classified Data. Multivariate Behav Res. 2009;44(2):182-212.
  33. Meyers JL, Beretvas SN. The Impact of Inappropriate Modeling of Cross-Classified Data Structures. Multivariate Behav Res. 2006;41(4):473-97.
  34. Doedens P, ter Riet G, Boyette LL, Latour C, de Haan L, Twisk J. Cross-classified multilevel models improved standard error estimates of covariates in clinical outcomes – a simulation study. Accepted by Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2022.
  35. Gaynes BN, Brown CL, Lux LJ, Brownley KA, Van Dorn RA, Edlund MJ, et al. Preventing and de-escalating aggressive behavior among adult psychiatric patients: a systematic review of the evidence. Psychiatr Serv. 2017;68(8):819-31.
Over dit artikel
Auteur
Paul Doedens
Over de auteur

Paul Doedens is verpleegkundige en onderzoeker bij de afdeling Psychiatrie van Amsterdam UMC, locatie AMC en docent-onderzoeker Verpleegkunde bij de Hogeschool van Amsterdam. Op 6 oktober 2021 verdedigde hij aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam zijn proefschrift, getiteld: “Unlock the doors – Aggressive behaviour and seclusion on closed psychiatric wards”

Correspondentieadres
dr. Paul Doedens
Amsterdam UMC, locatie AMC
Afdeling Psychiatrie, ruimte PB0-416
Postbus 22660
1100 DD Amsterdam Zuidoost
T. 020-8913500
E. p.doedens@amsterdamumc.nl

Printdatum
24 juni 2022
E-pubdatum
27 juni 2022
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2022.6.128980


Over dit artikel
Auteur
Paul Doedens
Over de auteur

Paul Doedens is verpleegkundige en onderzoeker bij de afdeling Psychiatrie van Amsterdam UMC, locatie AMC en docent-onderzoeker Verpleegkunde bij de Hogeschool van Amsterdam. Op 6 oktober 2021 verdedigde hij aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam zijn proefschrift, getiteld: “Unlock the doors – Aggressive behaviour and seclusion on closed psychiatric wards”

Correspondentieadres
dr. Paul Doedens
Amsterdam UMC, locatie AMC
Afdeling Psychiatrie, ruimte PB0-416
Postbus 22660
1100 DD Amsterdam Zuidoost
T. 020-8913500
E. p.doedens@amsterdamumc.nl

Printdatum
24 juni 2022
E-pubdatum
27 juni 2022
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2022.6.128980