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Reviewing books: expanding the boundaries of rigour, creativity and imagination
The dynamics between structure and flexibility in constant observation of psychiatric inpatients with suicidal ideation
VRÅLE, G. B.; STEEN, E.
Psychiatric nurses’ response to suicidal psychiatric inpatients: struggling with self and sufferer
GILJE, F.; TALSETH, A. G.; NORBERG, A.
Mental health nurse prescribing: issues for the UK
JONES, A.; JONES, M.
The tidal model as experienced by patients and nurses in a regional forensic unit
COOK, N. R.; PHILLIPS, B. N.; SADLER, D.
Observation: the original sin of mental health nursing?
BUCHANAN-BARKER, P.; BARKER, P.
Am I flogging a dead metaphor? Sloppy scholarship and the implied spider
Therapeutic relationships: from psychiatric hospital to community
FORCHUK, C.; MARTIN, M.-L.; CHAN, Y. L.; JENSEN, E.
Depression and the perpetuation of an incapacitated identity as an inhibitor of return to work
MILLWARD, L. J.; LUTTE, A.; PURVIS, R. G.
Vocal heroes: the views of two people who experienced a cognitive behavioural approach for their difficulties. Their narratives are accompanied by a commentary from the therapist
SHORT, N. P.
Interprofessional supervision from the perspectives of both mental health nurses and other professionals in the field of cognitive behavioural psychotherapy
Developing services for the carers of young adults with early-onset psychosis – listening to their experiences and needs
SIN, J.; MOONE, N.; WELLMAN, N.
Real world application of an intervention to reduce absconding
BOWERS, L.; SIMPSON, A.; ALEXANDER, J.
Relocation into a new building and its effect on uncertainty and anxiety among psychiatric patients
KAGAN, I.; KIGLI-SHEMESH, R.
Mental health nurses’ and psychiatrists’ views on the prognosis of schizophrenia and depression: an exploratory, qualitative investigation
CHUR-HANSEN, A.; TAVERNER, R.; BARRETT, R. J.; HUGO, M.
Developing a service to monitor and improve physical health in people with serious mental illness
OHLSEN, R. I.; PEACOCK, G.; SMITH, S.
Modified Sainsbury tool: an initial risk assessment tool for primary care mental health and learning disability services
First Year, Worst Year: Coping with the Unexpected Death of Our Grown-up Daughter
The Time of the Therapeutic Communities
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