Acute Behavioural Disturbance

This session identifies the clinical features of acute behavioural disturbance (ABD) and covers the initial assessment and management of patients with ABD in the ED.
This session outlines a standardised approach to providing care for a haemodynamically normal patient presenting following rape or sexual assault.
An interactive learning session covering the relevance of Inclusion Health to ED.
The number of patients presenting to the ED with an eating disorder, or complications arising from an eating disorder, is increasing yearly.
Managing challenging and violent behaviour is an integral part of the workload of an Emergency Department.
FII is a broad term to describe a group of behaviours by parents or carers which cause harm to children.
Describe a safe environment for assessing disturbed or psychiatric patients in the ED.
Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is defined by the World Health Organisation as consuming more than 40g/day of alcohol for males and 30mg/day of alcohol for females
Alcohol abuse is undoubtedly a huge social problem in the UK. It is responsible for many unnecessary attendances to Emergency departments (ED) and is an enormous burden on the NHS, which must treat the complications of alcohol abuse