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Mental health awareness: balancing the image
Staff attitudes towards aggression in health care: a review of the literature
JANSEN, G. J.; DASSEN, T. W. N.; GROOT JEBBINK, G.
Community psychiatric nursing: focus on effectiveness
CUNNINGHAM, G.; SLEVIN, E.
Trust as a foundation for the therapeutic intervention for patients with borderline personality disorder
LANGLEY, G. C.; KLOPPER, H.
A system of patient classification in long-term sychiatric inpatients: Resource Utilization Groups T-18 (RUG T-18)
IGLESIAS, C.; ALONSO VILLA, M. J.
Continuity of care in psychiatric post-ward outpatient services – conceptions of patients and personnel concerning factors contributing to the continuity of care
HAUTALA-JYLHÄ, P.-L.; NIKKONEN, M.; JYLHÄ, J.
An exploration of factors affecting the implementation of a randomized controlled trial of a transitional discharge model for people with a serious mental illness
SHARKEY, S.; MACIVER, S.; CAMERON, D.; REYNOLDS, W.; LAUDER, W.; VEITCH, T.
Asylum nursing in the UK at the end of the Victorian era: Hill End Asylum
Releasing the therapeutic potential of the psychiatric nurse: a human relations perspective of the nurse–patient relationship
CAMERON, D.; KAPUR, R.; CAMPBELL, P.
Advocacy in practice: the experiences of independent advocates on UK mental health wards
CARVER, N.; MORRISON, J.
Transcultural nursing: the relationship between individualist ideology and individualized mental health care
Experience of implementing an adult educational approach to treating anxiety disorders
WOOD, S. D.; KITCHINER, N. J.; BISSON, J. I.
Hope makes a difference
MOORE, S. L.
Coercion or collaboration? Nurses doing research with people who have severe mental health problems
DAVIES, B. R.
A study on how mental health practitioners address ethical issues in clinical audit
Proposed changes to the Mental Health Act of England and Wales – research investigating the debate
Inside these Walls: Diverse Experiences Within Acute Inpatient Settings, The 5th Mental Health Nursing Conference, incorporating the 3rd Marion Beeforth Memorial Lecture, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, 28 April 2004
Culture and Communication in Thai Nursing
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