ISSN 1351-0126 (Print); ISSN 1365-2850 (Online)
Psychiatric and mental health nursing: past, present and future
CALLAGHAN, P.; OWEN, S.
Best practice from admission to discharge in acute inpatient care: considerations and standards from a whole system perspective
JONES, A.; BOWLES, N.
A review of the literature considering the role of mental health nurses in assertive outreach
MCADAM, M.; WRIGHT, N.
Analysis of nurse conversation: methodology of the process recording
Smoking in a forensic psychiatric service: a survey of inpatients’ views
DICKENS, G.; STUBBS, J.; POPHAM, R.; HAW, C.
The shackles of abuse: unprepared to work at the edges of reason
WARNE, T.; MCANDREW, S.
Is the reducing effect of the Staff Observation Aggression Scale owing to a learning effect? An explorative study
DE NIET, G. J.; HUTSCHEMAEKERS, G. J. M.; LENDEMEIJER, B. H. H. G.
Coercive manoeuvres in a psychiatric intensive care unit
RYAN, C. J.; BOWERS, L.
Launching the Tidal Model: evaluating the evidence
GORDON, W.; MORTON, T.; BROOKS, G.
Antipsychotic drugs and pregnant or breastfeeding women: the issues for mental health nurses
USHER, K.; FOSTER, K.; MCNAMARA, P.
The impact of nurses’ opinion of client behaviour and level of social functioning on the amount of time they spend with clients
KRISTIANSEN, L.; DAHL, A.; ASPLUND, K.; HELLZÉN, O.
Single case study and evidence‐based practice
STICKLEY, T.; PHILLIPS, C.
Redesigning acute mental health services: an audit into the quality of inpatient care before and after service redesign in Grampian
MELVIN, M.; HALL, P.; BIENEK, E.
Evidence‐based practice: a personal journey from scepticism to pragmatism
Who let the dogs in? The use of Drug Sniffer Dogs in mental health settings
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Mental Health Care