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Noise Levels in an Acute Psychiatric Unit: An Exploratory Observational Study.

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Summary of "Noise Levels in an Acute Psychiatric Unit: An Exploratory Observational Study."

Noise is an important aspect of the ward atmosphere climate - the combination of the architectural solutions, organizational features, the psychological traits of the operators and their interactions, and the patients' characteristics. Despite its importance noise levels have been less analyzed than other aspects of the ward atmosphere climate.

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Name: Issues in mental health nursing
ISSN: 1096-4673
Pages: 1-10

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