The Partnering for the Prevention of Aggressive Behaviour (PPAB) program involves nine monthly modules. This training program aims to prevent violent behaviours, increase the quality of care at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and improve the safety of staff and clients. It also emphasizes the prevention of aggressive behavior and violence through core clinical competencies and partnerships with clients and the rest of the care team. In each course, facilitators are trained to deliver five of the nine PPAB modules as team-based discussions on their units. PPAB training is mandatory for clinical and non-clinical CAMH staff in clinical programs.

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