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Introduction to the forensic themed section
Forensic psychiatric nursing: a literature review and thematic analysis of role tensions
Power and control: forensic community mental health nurses’ perceptions of team-working, legal sanction and compliance
Coffey, Michael; Jenkins, Emrys
Swedish forensic nursing care: nurses’ professional contributions and educational needs
rask, mikael; aberg, jonas
Towards a ‘forensic lens’ model of multidisciplinary training
mason, tom; carton, gerry
Compelled to interact: forensic community mental health nurses’ and service users’ relationships
Jenkins, E.; Coffey, M.
Multi-disciplinary working in a forensic mental health setting: ethical codes of reference
Mason, T.; Williams, R.; Vivian-Byrne, S.
Principles and strategies for teaching therapeutic responses to self-harm
mcAllister, M.; estefan, A.
Using primary care-based mental health registers to reduce social exclusion in patients with severe mental illness
Bonner, L.; Barr, W.; Hoskins, A.
Perceptions of service provision for clients who self-injure in the absence of expressed suicidal intent
Smith, S. E.
Casey, B.; Long, A.
Considering the care of the suicidal client and the case for ‘engagement and inspiring hope’ or ‘observations’
Cutcliffe, J. R.; Barker, P.
Letter to the Editor
Holmes, Colin A.
Handbook of Assessment and Treatment Planning for Psychological Disorders
Kitchiner, Neil J.
Spirituality in Health Care Contexts
Developing Community Nursing Practice
Law and Ethics for Clinicians
Evidence-Based Counselling and Psychological Therapies: Research and Applications
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