-The first book of its kind to look at restraint across health and social care settings
-Discusses history, policy and practice
-Aims to increase understanding of the behaviours and situations that give rise to the consideration of use of restraint by health and social care staff
-Designed to appeal to a wide readership, including health and social care professionals, researchers, students and lecturers
'This book is a very easy read. The language used is clear, precise and provides the reader with some valuable insights into the way the concept of restraint has affected health and social care over time. Liz Taylor, Independent Consultant in Health and Social Care, in Social Caring Magazine, the official magazine of the Social Care Association, Issue 43.