The Challenging Behaviour Program enhances capacity in the provision of care to older adults experiencing cognitive impairment and associated responsive behaviors.
Code White refers to a trained team response to a threat that is a behavioural emergency. A Code White indicates the level of intensity has increased and there is imminent risk of harm to self or others. In the event that a Code White is initiated at the facility, all staff will follow the area-specific procedures. These procedures are a supplement to an organization-specific Code White procedure.
This policy articulates CAMH’s response to psychiatric emergency. Procedures for Code White, Code White Caution, Clinical Assist and debriefing are included. Guidelines for satellite clinics are appended.
This resource has been developed to enhance and advance knowledge, skills and culture in the area of triggers and care planning, in the service of reducing violence and safety risks in health care settings.
The Prairie Mountain Health regional health authority workplace violence prevention program.
The following information is intended to be used as guidelines for the Code White Team response to violent, aggressive behaviour. The focus of the Code White Team response is to de-escalate a threatening situation before an individual(s) is injured or property is damaged.
A guide produced by the Occupational Health and Safety Agency for Healthcare in BC to accompany a presentation on the Prevention & Management of Aggressive Behaviour.