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Best American Healthcare University offers a management of Assaultive Behavior certification course online.
At the end of the class, the student will express a good understanding of the following: 
(1) Meaning of Assault(2) Types of Assaultive behaviors and their Causes
(3) General safety measures.(4) Personal safety measures.(5) The assault cycle.(6) Aggression and violence predicting factors.(7) Obtaining patient history from a patient with violent behavior.(8) Characteristics of aggressive and violent patients and victims.

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Best American Healthcare University offers a nationally approved Management of Assaultive Behavior Training and Certification ONLINE. 



Management of Assaultive Behavior Certification, Los Angeles (MAB)

Best American Healthcare University offers an online Management of Assaultive Behavior Certification Class. This course is state approved for CEUs.

MAB certification classes in los angeles

Best American Healthcare University offers an online Management of Assaultive Behavior Certification Class. This course is state approved for CEUs.

MAB Nursing Certification


Best American Healthcare University offers a management of Assaultive Behavior certification course online.

At the end of the class, the student will express a good understanding of the following: 
(1) Meaning of Assault
(2) Types of Assaultive behaviors and their Causes
(3) General safety measures.
(4) Personal safety measures.
(5) The assault cycle.
(6) Aggression and violence predicting factors.
(7) Obtaining patient history from a patient with violent behavior.
(8) Characteristics of aggressive and violent patients and victims.