Haloperidol, hips and toenails


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Mrs T’s “calming” medication was having the opposite effect and she posed a huge challenge for staff. Without the drug she began to emerge as a person, and staff could begin a long but effective process of discovery and individualised care. By Tracy Packer and Michelle Jefferies.
Author/s: Tracy Packer, Michelle Jefferies
Vol: 5, Issue: 6, pp22-23





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