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Patient violence is the aggressive behavior of psychiatric and medical clients and patients towards their professional helpers, other institutional staff, other patients or to themselves.

Patient violence in the individual therapy

Patient violence in group therapy

Patient violence in psychiatric wards

Patient violence in medical settings

Effects of violence on staff

Methods of dealing with patient violence

See also

References

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