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Risk, detention and evidence: humanizing mental health reform
Reflections on the process of change on acute psychiatric wards during the City Nurse Project
FLOOD, C.; BRENNAN, G.; BOWERS, L.; HAMILTON, B.; LIPANG, M.; OLADAPO, P.
The meaning of depression: Swedish nurses’ perceptions of depressed inpatients
LILJA, L.; HELLZÉN, M.; LIND, I.; HELLZÉN, O.
Factors influencing nurses’ judgements about self-neglect cases
LAUDER, W.; LUDWICK, R.; ZELLER, R.; WINCHELL, J.
The struggle for social integration in the community – the experiences of people with mental health problems
GRANERUD, A.; SEVERINSSON, E.
Newspaper representations of mental illness and the impact of the reporting of ‘events’ on social policy: the ‘framing’ of Isabel Schwarz and Jonathan Zito
From psychiatric ward to the streets and shelters
FORCHUK, C.; RUSSELL, G.; KINGSTON-MACCLURE, S.; TURNER, K.; DILL, S.
The nurse’s role in the management of aggression
Psychiatric nurses perceptions of the constituents of the therapeutic relationship: a grounded theory study
Psychiatric nurses’ perspectives of spirituality and spiritual needs during an amalgamation
RAY, S. L.; McGEE, D.
Changes in eating behaviour following group therapy for women who binge eat: a pilot study
SEAMOORE, D.; BUCKROYD, J.; STOTT, D.
Nurse–client processes in mental health: recipients’ perspectives
COATSWORTH-PUSPOKY, R.; FORCHUK, C.; WARD-GRIFFIN, C.
The role of second health professionals under New Zealand mental health legislation
O'BRIEN, A. J.; KAR, A.
An evaluation of a combined education and multi-project practice development programme in mental health
CHAMBERS, M.; CONNOR, S. L.; DAVREN, M.
Commentary on McKenzie R, JPMHN 2005, 12, 5, 550–555
End-of-Life Stories: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries