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The use of outcome measures to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of antipsychotic medication: a comparison of Thorn graduate and CPN practice
Gray, R.; Wykes, T.; Parr, A.-M.; Hails, E.; Gournay, K.
Long-term illness and patterns of medicine taking: are people with schizophrenia a unique group?
Marland, G. R.; Cash, K.
Multiprofessional clinical supervision: challenges for mental health nurses
Mullarkey, K.; Keeley, P.; Playle, J. F.
The value of community mental health nurses based in primary care teams: ‘switching the light on in a cellar’
Crawford, P.; Carr, J.; Knight, A.; Chambers, K.; Nolan, P.
Implementing research findings into practice: improving and developing services for women with serious and enduring mental health problems
Owen, S.; Milburn, C.
The Tidal Model: developing an empowering, person-centred approach to recovery within psychiatric and mental health nursing
A qualitative study exploring how qualified mental health nurses deal with incidents that conflict with their accountability
Mitchell, G. J.
Nursing students’ experience of their first professional encounter with people having mental disorders
Granskär, M.; Edberg, A.-K.; Fridlund, B.
Social policy and mental illness in England in the 1990s: violence, moral panic and critical discourse
Paterson, B.; Stark, C.
Knowing me knowing you: towards a new relational politics in 21st century mental health nursing
Being positive about schizophrenia: An anonymous account with a Commentary by Joy Dean Bray
Commentary on ‘Being positive about schizophrenia’
Bray, Joy Dean
Research in Brief