ISSN 1351-0126 (Print); ISSN 1365-2850 (Online)
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
Evidence-Based Counselling and Psychological Therapies: Research and Applications
Law and Ethics for Clinicians