An Integrative Literature Review of Psychiatric Rapid Response Teams and Their Implementation for De-escalating Behavioral Crises in Nonpsychiatric Hospital Settings.

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Summary of "An Integrative Literature Review of Psychiatric Rapid Response Teams and Their Implementation for De-escalating Behavioral Crises in Nonpsychiatric Hospital Settings."

To synthesize articles exploring the implementation of psychiatric rapid response teams (RRTs) for behavioral crises in hospital settings.


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Name: The Journal of nursing administration
ISSN: 1539-0721


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