Behind todays fixation on risk assessment and risk management in the care of people with mental health problems in the community lies a more sinister regime argues nikolas rose. Treating violence a guide to risk management in mental health anthony maden presents a readable review of research on violence and mental health giving clinicians a better understanding of why violence risk management is important. In this provocative and controversial account standardised risk assessment is discussed in a critical non technical way with a reminder that nobody can predict the future. Treating violence deals with the problem of violence by mental health patients over the last twenty years violence by the mentally ill has grown from just a peripheral concern to dominate debate about services. A guide to risk management in mental health 1 figure2 this is a book for all clinicians managing psychiatric patients with a history of violence and is not limited to staff in
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