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Mental Health Nursing in 2001: What happens next?
Can models of post-traumatic stress disorder contribute to the application of cognitive therapy by nurse therapists when dealing with individuals affected by the Omagh bombing? An overview
An initial exploration of community mental health nurses’ attitudes to and experience of sexuality-related issues in their work with people experiencing mental health problems
Cort, E.M.; Attenborough, J.; Watson, J.P.
Legal and ethical aspects of seclusion: an Australian perspective
Muir-Cochrane, E.C.; Holmes, C.A.
Comprehensive nursing education in Victoria: rhetoric or reality?
Fiction, poetry and mental health: expressive and therapeutic uses of literature
Mcardle, S.; Byrt, R.
Primary nursing: staff perception of changes in ward atmosphere and role
Rigby, A.; Leach, C.; Greasley, P.
A systematic review of the effects of interprofessional education on staff involved in the care of adults with mental health problems
Absconding of patients from an independent UK psychiatric hospital: a 3-year retrospective analysis of events and characteristics of absconders
Dickens, G.L.; Campbell, J.
Personal relationships: implications for clinical and community psychology
7th European Mental Health Nursing Conference
Professor of Psychiatric Nursing honoured by Oxford Brookes University