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Aim: The aim of this study is to review the existing research literature on adult inpatients’ ethnicity associated with the use of coercive measures in mental health settings.
Methods: A scoping review inspired by the methodological framework by Arksey and O’Malley (2005), and further developed by the Joanna Briggs Institute (2020) was performed. A systematic literature search was conducted in CINAHL, PubMed, Scopus, PsycINFO and Embase and two researchers independently, performed a systematic selection process. Additional searches for grey literature and in the reference lists were conducted. Included studies were analysed, using numerical analysis and thematic organisation.
Expected outcomes: An overview of the characteristics (i.e. year of publication, journal focus, study design and methods, country of origin, mental healthcare setting and inpatients’ ethnicity) of the included studies, and the use of coercive measures (i.e. physical restraint, mechanical restraint, seclusion and involuntary medication) in relation to inpatients’ ethnicity.
|Title of host publication||Risk Factors for Coercion in Mental Health Services : The FOSTREN-EViPRG Training School 2021 Abstract Book|
|Editors||Camilla Lindekilde, Roger Almvik, Lise Hounsgaard, Ricko Damberg Nissen, Ellen Boldrup Tingleff, Richard Whittington, Frederik Gildberg|
|Place of Publication||Middelfart|
|Publication date||Sept 2021|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 2021|
|Event||FOSTREN-EViPRG Training School: Risk factors for coercion in mental health services - Milling Park Hotel, Middelfart, Denmark|
Duration: 20. Sept 2021 → 24. Sept 2021
|Seminar||FOSTREN-EViPRG Training School|
|Location||Milling Park Hotel|
|Period||20/09/2021 → 24/09/2021|
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Martin Locht Pedersen (Lecturer)23. Sept 2021
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