Determining Levels of Prevention
August 2, 2015
The level of prevention used is scenario one is tertiary. Tertiary prevention involves attempts to minimize the course of a problem after it has already happening and causing harm. I do think this prevention strategy used in this situation is effective. The agency has taken precautionary steps to install a panic button to call for the police in a potentially violent situation such as this. I think that possibly having the added protection of a security officer nearby could also be a step in providing even safer services. This would be an additional comfort for the staff ...view middle of the document...
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