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National Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Supportive Care (UK). Violence: The Short-Term Management of Disturbed/Violent Behaviour in In-Patient Psychiatric Settings and Emergency Departments. London: Royal College of Nursing (UK); 2005 Feb. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 25.)

Guideline Development Group membership and acknowledgements

Kevin Gournay (group leader), professor of psychiatric nursing, Health Services Research Department, Institute of Psychiatry

William Bingley, professor of mental health, law and ethics, Faculty of Health, University of Central Lancashire

Tony Bleetman, consultant in accident and emergency medicine, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

Frank Corr, executive director, Kneesworth House Hospital

Jane Cronin-Davis, senior lecturer in occupational therapy, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University

Donna-Maria Fraher, Southern Derbyshire user voice

Edwin Gwenzi, research fellow, Health Services Research Department, Institute of Psychiatry

Phil Hardy, chairman for the Institute of Conflict Management (previously Andrew McKenzie-James)

Susan Johnston, senior lecturer/consultant, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Sophie Jones, National Voices Forum

Stephen Pereira, consultant psychiatrist, Pathways, National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care Units (NAPICU), Goodmayes Hospital

Peter Pratt, chief pharmacist, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust and Doncaster and South Humberside NHS Trust

Aki Tsuchiya, health economist, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield

Rick Tucker, professional adviser for mental health and learning disabilities nursing

National Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Supportive Care

Staff at the NCC-NSC who contributed to this guideline were:

Jackie Chandler, research assistant

Gill Harvey, director

Jo Hunter (previously Robin Snowball), information specialist

Elizabeth McInnes, senior R&D fellow

Louise Nelstrop, R&D fellow

Edward Weir, centre manager

The NCC-NSC would also like to thank the following people who contributed to the guideline

Paul Hewitson, project manager until August 2002

Maureen McGeorge and Rob Chaplin of the Healthcare Commission audit team based at the Royal College of Psychiatrists who contributed the audit criteria for this guideline

Alison Chisholm and Jacoby Patterson, who assisted with systematic reviewing

Phil Alderson from the UK Cochrane Centre and Maggie Westby from the RCNI for methodological advice and assistance

Paul Yerrell who facilitated the consensus meetings to finalise the guideline recommendations

Pauline Abbot-Butler and Joan Field-Thorn from Footprints UK and Black Orchid, who facilitated the focus groups with Black service users in London and Bristol

Jane Cowl from the Patient Involvement Unit (PIU) for assisting with the focus groups and focus group analysis

The service users who took part in the focus groups

The health care professionals who participated in an additional focus group

Yana Richens who advised on the methodology for the focus groups

All the experts and observers who attended GDG meetings

The Resuscitation Council UK for advice about defibrillation

Geoff Rushton for advice about anaesthesia definitions

Dave Branford for reworking the introduction to rapid tranquillisation.

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Violence: The Short-Term Management of Disturbed/Violent Behaviour in In-Patient Psychiatric Settings and Emergency Departments.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 25.
National Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Supportive Care (UK).

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