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(p. 558) Minimizing your Legal Liability Risk Following Adverse Events or Patient Threats 

(p. 558) Minimizing your Legal Liability Risk Following Adverse Events or Patient Threats
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(p. 558) Minimizing your Legal Liability Risk Following Adverse Events or Patient Threats
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Jeffrey N. Younggren

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199845491.003.0106
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date: 18 November 2017

Chapter 106 discusses methods for minimizing legal liability risk following adverse events or patient threats, such as setting clear rules at the beginning of treatment, maintaining control of therapy, addressing patient boundary crossings immediately, not accepting patient threats, record-keeping and consultation.

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