TechValidate Research on Crisis Prevention Institute

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11,796 Customers Surveyed

98,507 Data Points Collected

320 Published TechFacts

56 Published Charts

694 Published Case Studies



Selected Research Highlights


Crisis Prevention Institute Case Study

Nanticoke Memorial Hospital – Delaware

Introduction

This case study of Nanticoke Memorial Hospital – Delaware is based on a June 2016 survey of Crisis Prevention Institute customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Our staff believes and trusts in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program.”

“CPI de-escalation and restraint techniques are very valuable and effective in our organization.”

“CPI improved staff de-escalation skills, improved overall safety, and has become ingrained in our training.”

“CPI training improved my organization’s HCAHPS score.”

Challenges

  • Sought Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training to :
    • Meet regulatory compliance
    • Reduce workplace violence rate
    • Improve staff confidence in working with challenging clients
    • Improve staff skills in managing behaviors

Environment

Categorizes their healthcare environment as a hospital.

Results

  • Reduced challenging/disruptive behaviors by over 50% since implementing CPI de-escalation techniques.
  • Decreased the use of physical restraints and seclusions by 50—74% since implementing CPI training.
  • Achieved return on investment with CPI by:
    • Reducing injuries
    • Reducing worker compensation claims
    • Reducing liability
    • Improving staff skills and confidence

Majority Reduce Restraint by 50–99%

Since implementing CPI training, how much have you decreased the use of physical restraints and seclusions?

100%
10%
75–99%
30%
50–74%
27%
25–49%
18%
0–24%
14%

Crisis Prevention Institute Case Study

Raymore Peculiar School District – Missouri

Introduction

This case study of Raymore Peculiar School District is based on a June 2016 survey of Crisis Prevention Institute customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“CPI improved staff de-escalation skills, improved overall safety, and has become ingrained in our training.”

Challenges

  • Sought Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training to improve staff confidence in working with challenging clients.

Environment

  • Categorizes their environment as behavioral.

Results

  • Reduced challenging/disruptive behaviors by over 50% since implementing CPI de-escalation techniques.
  • Decreased the use of physical restraint and seclusion by 75—99% since implementing CPI training.
  • Agrees that the enhanced content has helped them, their staff, and their organization.
  • Achieved return on investment with CPI by:
    • Meeting regulatory compliance
    • Reducing injuries
    • Reducing staff turnover
    • Improving staff skills and confidence

Crisis Prevention Institute Customer Research

ROI with CPI in Healthcare

Percentage of respondents who have achieved return on investment with CPI by:

Meeting regulatory compliance
57%
Reducing injuries
39%
Reducing worker compensation claims
15%
Reducing staff turnover
11%
Reducing liability
29%
Improving staff skills and confidence
84%
Other
5%

Customer Satisfaction Rating: Riverside County Department of Mental Health

Diana Brown, a therapist at Riverside County Department of Mental Health, recommends CPI training because:

CPI is a very therapeutic model that aligns with our department’s mission to treat all of our consumers/clients with respect in addition to providing quality care.

Why We Teach Teachers CPI

A college teacher recommends CPI training because:

CPI is an excellent program.



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About Crisis Prevention Institute

CPI is a standard-setting resource for organizations that serve society’s most vulnerable. Their proven model for staff training and personalized support empowers professionals who strive to sustain true cultures of compassion.

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