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Negotiating the boundaries: the experience of the mental health nurse at the interface with the criminal justice system
Turnbull, J.; Beese, J.
‘Partnership’: a co-operative inquiry between community mental health nurses and their clients. 1. Research methodology, process and reflections
Hostick, T.; Mcclelland, F.
Self-esteem in community mental health nurses: findings from the all-Wales stress study
Fothergill, A.; Edwards, D.; Hannigan, B.; Burnard, P.; Coyle, D.
Psychiatric nurses' lived experiences of working with inpatient care on a general team psychiatric ward
Berg, A.; Hallberg, I. R.
Nurse behavioural psychotherapy and pathological gambling: an Australian perspective
Tolchard, B.; Battersby, M.
The strengths and weaknesses of cognitive behavioural approaches to treating depression and their potential for wider utilization by mental health nurses
Beech, B. F.
Lessons from history: the politics of psychiatry in the USSR
One law for the lion and the ox … A reply to Burnard and Hannigan
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Synthesis and sterility: a reply to Burnard and Hannigan
Qualitative and quantitative research: a question of synthesis?
Necessary debates: the need for controversy in mental health
An application of conjoint analysis to the process of psychiatric day hospital care
What every patient, family, friend and caregiver needs to know about psychiatry
WPA Series Evidence and Experience in Psychiatry. Vol 1 Depressive DisordersWPA Series Evidence and Experience in Psychiatry. Vol 2 Schizophrenia
Institutional Abuse: Perspectives Across the Life Course
Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Evidence Based Perspective
Children's Homes: A Study in Diversity
Talking Cures: A Guide to the Psychotherapies for Health Care Professionals
Hidden Selves: An Exploration of Multiple Personality
Forensic Mental Health Nursing: Current Approaches
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