ISSN 1351-0126 (Print); ISSN 1365-2850 (Online)
Impact factors and relevance of research outputs: one step forward, two back?
Constraints and blocks to change and improvement on acute psychiatric wards – lessons from the City Nurses project
BRENNAN, G.; FLOOD, C.; BOWERS, L.
Self-esteem and self-acceptance: an examination into their relationship and their effect on psychological health
MACINNES, D. L.
Peer support relationships: an unexplored interpersonal process in mental health
COATSWORTH-PUSPOKY, R.; FORCHUK, C.; WARD-GRIFFIN, C.
Parents’ experiences of collaboration with community healthcare professionals
JAKOBSEN, E. S.; SEVERINSSON, E.
The patient’s view of need and caregiving consequences: a cross-sectional study of inpatients with severe mental illness
CLEARY, M.; HUNT, G. E.; WALTER, G.; FREEMAN, A.
Managing aggression in a psychiatric hospital using a behaviour plan: a case study
BISCONER, S. W.; GREEN, M.; MALLON-CZAJKA, J.; JOHNSON, J. S.
Relating with professionals
An analysis of nurses’ post-incident manual restraint reports
RYAN, C. J.; BOWERS, L.
How newly qualified mental health nurses perceive their role
RUNGAPADIACHY, D. M.; MADILL, A.; GOUGH, B.
Patients’ feelings about ward nursing regimes and involvement in rule construction
Integrating science, practice and reflexivity – cognitive therapy with driving phobia
TOWNEND, M.; GRANT, A.
A survey of mental health nurses’ experiences of stalking
ASHMORE, R.; JONES, J.; JACKSON, A.; SMOYAK, S.
Should service user involvement be consigned to history? A critical realist perspective
Changing the mental health system – a survivor’s view
Introduction of routine outcome measures: staff reactions and issues for consideration
MEEHAN, T.; MCCOMBES, S.; HATZIPETROU, L.; CATCHPOOLE, R.
Limit setting in mental health: historical factors and suggestions as to its rationale
VATNE, S.; HOLMES, C.
The principles and processes of inspiring hope in bereavement counselling: a modified grounded theory study – part one
CUTCLIFFE, J. R.
The principles and processes of inspiring hope in bereavement counselling: a modified grounded theory study – part two
CUTCLIFFE, J. R.
Aggressive behaviour by people with dementia in residential care settings: a review
PULSFORD, D.; DUXBURY, J.
Post-psychiatry: good ideas, bad language and getting out of the box
Perceived facilitators and barriers to the implementation of an advanced practice: nursing intervention for HIV regimen adherence among the seriously mentally ill
Communication Skills That Heal Listening as Work in Primary Care
Computers in Psychiatry