ISSN 1351-0126 (Print); ISSN 1365-2850 (Online)
PROCTER, NICHOLAS G.
Consumer participation in mental health services: looking from a consumer perspective
LAMMERS, J.; HAPPELL, B.
Travelling through the system: the lived experience of people with borderline personality disorder in contact with psychiatric services
The mental health of women with suspected breast cancer: the relationship between social support, anxiety, coping and defence in maintaining mental health
DRAGESET, S.; LINDSTRØM, T. C.
A trial of an anti-absconding intervention in acute psychiatric wards
BOWERS, L.; ALEXANDER, J.; GASKELL, C.
Working with the psychological effects of trauma: consequences for mental health-care workers – a literature review
COLLINS, S.; LONG, A.
Views of nursing staff on the use of physical restraint
LEE, S.; GRAY, R.; GOURNAY, K.; WRIGHT, S.; PARR, A.-M.; SAYER, J.
Partnership in Coping: an Australian system of mental health nursing
SHANLEY, E.; JUBB, M.; LATTER, P.
CARE: A framework for responding therapeutically to the client who self-harms
SHEPPERD, C.; MCALLISTER, M.
Patients’ conceptions of how health processes are promoted in mental health nursing. A qualitative study
SVEDBERG, P.; JORMFELDT, H.; ARVIDSSON, B.
Coping with conflict and confusing agendas in multidisciplinary community mental health teams
LANKSHEAR, A. J.
Caring for people in the ‘virtual ward’: the practical ramifications for acute nursing work
Case management models and the care programme approach: how to make the CPA effective and credible
SIMPSON, A.; MILLER, C.; BOWERS, L.
Practice development in psychological interventions: mental health nurse involvement in the Conversational Model of psychotherapy
PALEY, G.; MYERS, J.; PATRICK, S.; REID, E.; SHAPIRO, D. A.
The Promoting Engagement Project: why is it that early interventions do not reach the children who need them most?
Mapping health on the Internet: strategies for learning in an information age
Social policy: an introduction
BYRNE, DIANA; CLARKE, LIAM; GRANT, ALEC; McGOWAN, BILL