Presentation Download: Prevention of Resident-to-Resident Negative Interactions
The presenter discussed identification, triggers and strategies to manage this type of negative interaction.
This presentation is directed to the long-term care setting. Physicians, nurses, and other nursing home staff are invited to attend.
- Identify consequences of Resident-to-Resident Negative Interactions (RRNI) in dementia in LTC homes (including psychological, physical injuries and deaths)
- Identify common contributing factors, causes and situational triggers of episodes of RRNI
- Identify key psychosocial strategies for prevention and de-escalation of episodes of RRNI
Eilon Caspi, PhD
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