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Sensory Modulation in Inpatient Mental Health - A Summary of the Evidence

The summary document provides a brief overview of the evidence of the efficacy of sensory modulation in acute mental health units. Overall it shows that sensory modulation is a promising intervention in acute settings and may reduce the use of seclusion and restraint when part of a range of positive practices.

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