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Face-down restraint 'repeatedly' used on girls

Mental health patients are being repeatedly restrained face-down despite government guidance which says that the practice should rarely be used.

New research on patients in England suggests that girls are far more likely to be restrained than boys, and that women are more likely to be repeatedly restrained than men.

  • 01 Mar 2017
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