5 “Trigger Words/Phrases” To Avoid, Especially With Your Patients:
Try: “I’ll do my best to get your meds to you a bit early, after I finish rounds”
2. “What’s the problem?”
Try: “Can we talk about how you are feeling and work on a solution?”
3. “Come here”
Try: “Do you mind coming over here so I can check your blood pressure?”
4. “You need to…”
Try: “Could you please wait for me in your room and I will be there in a few minutes?”
5. “Calm down…”
Try: “I understand your frustration and I am here for you. Please let me know how I can help”
Class related to this topic: MABPRO® (Management of Assaultive Behavior® General Certification – AB-508 Approved)
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