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Developing psychosocial care for acute psychiatric wards
The Phil Hearne course: an evaluation of a multidisciplinary mental health education programme for clinical practitioners
Parsons, S.; Barker, P.
Reflective practice and its role in mental health nurses’ practice development: a year-long study
Caregiver-assisted music events in psychogeriatric care
Götell, E.; Brown, S.; Ekman, S.
Burnout in community mental health nurses: findings from the all-Wales stress study
Hannigan, B.; Edwards, D.; Coyle, D.; Fothergill, A.; Burnard, P.
Hearing voices and listening to those that hear them
The first nurse–patient encounter in a psychiatric context: an initial study in an action research process
Sjöstedt, E.; Hällström, T.; Lützén, K.
A conceptual model for clinical supervision in nursing and health visiting based upon Winnicott’s (1960) theory of the parent–infant relationship
Forensic psychiatric nursing care — nurses apprehension of their responsibility and work content: a Swedish survey
Rask, M.; Hallberg, I.R.
Research in brief
From the Ashes of Experience: Reflections on Madness, Survival and Growth1 Phil Barker, Peter Campbell & Ben Davidson(eds) Whurr 1999, £19.50 ISBN: 1–86156–120–2