Restraining children during medical procedures: a survey
Each is in the process of looking more closely at the practice of restraining children during medical procedures.
Restraint, fixation or clinical holding, are some of the words used for the practice of keeping children immobilized during painful or distressing medical procedures.
Is restraint 'in the best interest' of the child?
We are interested in your opinion, experiences, alternatives or examples of good practice.
You can give us your reactions by answering our survey.
Click this button to start the survey: