Nico Oud

Nico Oud
Oud Consultancy · Director

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for didactical reasons the NOW-Model was developed to emphasize the actual present situation of client or staff (“here and now”).
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Oslo, Octobre 2019: We tested the scale in a group with 13 international Research colleagues from all over the world by using 4 Videos (subtitles in English).
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Implications for practice, research, education & training, organisation/management, policy and guidance Using mindfulness to identify internal, interactive and environmental conditions may enable balance or to regain balance. The model highlights interaction, behaviors and organizational processes, their interferences and correlations. The NOW-Mode...
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proceedings of the sixth international conference on violence in the health sector - advancing the delivery of positive practice - Toronto - Canada - 24-26 October 2018
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Keywords : Aggression management, environmental factors, interaction, personal factors, problem solving, sense of security and equilibrium Subtheme : 2. Creating cultures that minimize aggression and violence Abstract : Background and Context: The concept of zero-tolerance may support the creation of a good-bad dichotomy with an upper-lower-differe...
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Inhalt Pflege-, Sozial- und Gesundheitsberufe sehen sich zunehmend an vielen Stellen des Gesundheitswesens mit aggressiven und potenziell gewalttätigen Patienten konfrontiert. Sie müssen daher nach Möglichkeiten suchen, um Aggressionen vorzubeugen, aggressive Ausbrüche zu verhindern und im Fall von Gewalttätigkeit Schaden von sich und anderen abwe...
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Proceedings of the 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry. The 10th European Congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry is co-organized by the European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EViPRG) & the European Network for Training in the Management of Aggression (ENTMA08), and is a World Psychiatric Association (WPA) co-spon...
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• The NOW-Model is applicable for self-supervision, analysis on client, team and/or institutional level. • You may test by yourself: you, your team, your clients will get new ideas for analyzing what happened and for planning what to do. • It’s for free!
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In von Gewalt geprägten Situationen bestimmen die Beteiligten mit ihren Entscheidungen den weiteren Verlauf der Konfrontation. Verhaltensmuster, mit denen normalerweise auf aggressive Situationen reagiert wird, können dann oft nicht die geeigneten Gestaltungsimpulse auslösen. Aktion und Reaktion zu verstehen, hilft bei der richtigen Weichenstellung...
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Mitarbeiterschulung und Führung sind Schlüsselfaktoren. Die Autoren erörtern in ihrem Beitrag, dass viel getan werden kann, um angemessen mit Aggression und Gewalt umzugehen.
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For more information see here: http://www.amazon.de/Aggression-Aggressionsmanagement-Praxishandbuch-Gesundheits-Sozialberufe/dp/3456850735
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_3rd_Workplace_Violence_2012.pdf
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Agression und Gewalt gegenüber Pflegepersonal wird kaum kommuniziert und ist doch allgegenwärtig. Der erste Teil von insgesamt zwei Artikeln führte in der Juni-Ausgabe in den wissenschaftlichen Kenntnisstand zur Problemlage ein und bot Klärendes zu den Begriffen Aggression und Gewalt an. Aber wie sollen Pflegende auf gewalttätige Übergriffe reagier...
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Aggression is a common feature in psychiatric in-patient units in Africa. The attitudes of psychiatric nurses and their perceptions of the frequency of in-patient aggression have not been explored in the Nigerian context. Using a crosssectional study design, two self-report questionnaires (the Attitudes toward Aggression Scale (ATAS) and the Percep...
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_7th_Violence_in_Clinical_Psychiatry_2011.pdf
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_Violence_Health_Sector_2010.pdf
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Objective: Aggression by patients is a known risk factor for hospital workers. Within New Zealand, the bulk of ongoing care for physical and mental disabilities and health issues is not hospital based, but contracted to various non-governmental agencies. The rate of client aggression towards care workers from these organizations, to our knowledge,...
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Exposure to aggression and associated psychological outcomes are poorly characterised among carer-relatives of people with psychosis. Carer-relatives (N = 106) completed questionnaires assessing socio-demographics and perceived prevalence of aggression in their caring role in the last 12 months. Carers exposed to moderate-severe levels of aggressio...
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_6th_Violence_in_Clinical_Psychiatry_2009.pdf
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Mental health nurses are faced with an increasing number of aggressive incidents during their daily practice. The coercive intervention of seclusion is often used to manage patient aggression in the Netherlands. However, GGZ Nederland, the Dutch association of service providers for mental health and addition care, has initiated a project to decreas...
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With this issue we inaugurate the first column on international nursing language news. The focus of the four newly appointed associate editors is to keep you informed on nursing diagnosis activities beyond NANDA.
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_5th_Violence_in_Clinical_Psychiatry_2007.pdf
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_6th_Acendio_Conference_2007.pdf
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Introduction / background Perception of Prevalence of Aggression Scale (POPAS) Aggression management training programs: content, implementation and organisation Example of 5 day basic training course Opleiding tot aandachtsfunctionaris / trainer agressiehantering & sociale veiligheid (Training course for trainer aggression management & officer for...
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"Workplace violence-be it physical or psychological-has become a global problem crossing borders, work settings, and occupational groups. For long a forgotten issue, violence at work has dramatically gained momentum in recent years and is now a priority concern in both industrialized and developing countries" (International Labor Office (ILO), Inte...
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Using a survey instrument, the experiences of psychiatric nurses with inpatient aggression were investigated in East London, U.K. On this “Perceptions of Prevalence Of Aggression Scale” (POPAS), annual experiences with 15 types of disruptive and aggressive behavior were rated anonymously. Staff members were also asked to disclose the number of days...
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See: http://www.oudconsultancy.nl/Resources/Proceedings_4th_Violence_in_Clinical_Psychiatry_2005.pdf
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International Nursing Language News, ACENDIO (pages 71–72), by Nico Oud
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The identification and organization of nursing practice, or concerns that are the focus to nursing practice are the primary aim of the International Classification for Nursing practice (ICNP) that is being developed by the International Council of Nurses (ICN). In this article we like to present to you some background information about the ICNP, so...
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The topic of violent incidents and its importance to inpatient psychiatric nursing practice is well recognised in the academic literature. However the awareness and profile of the issue in different European countries is highly variable. In this paper five European countries are compared: Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK. Contextua...
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Updating information and research base of the book extending section regarding different settings