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Art, science and evidence
How reliable is the current evidence looking at the efficacy of harm reduction and motivational interviewing interventions in the treatment of patients with a dual diagnosis?
LAKER, C. J.
Use of the HoNOSCA scale in the teamwork of inpatient child psychiatry unit
LESINSKIENE, S.; SENINA, J.; RANCEVA, N.
The recovery alliance theory of mental health nursing
SHANLEY, E.; JUBB-SHANLEY, M.
Experiences in a group of grown-up children of mentally ill parents
KNUTSSON-MEDIN, L.; EDLUND, B.; RAMKLINT, M.
Characteristics of patients who are violent to staff and towards other people from a community mental health service in South East England
RAO, H.; LUTY, J.; TRATHEN, B.
Nursing of young psychotic patients: analysis of work environments and attitudes
LESINSKIENE, S.; JEGOROVA, N.; RANCEVA, N.
Finding the plot
Recovery and arts as activism
Living in the borderlands; writing in the margins: an autoethnographic tale
SHORT, N. P.; GRANT, A.; CLARKE, L.
Experiences and constructions of art: a narrative-discourse analysis
STICKLEY, T.; HUI, A.; MORGAN, J.; BERTRAM, G.
Catching life: the contribution of arts initiatives to recovery approaches in mental health
SPANDLER, H.; SECKER, J.; KENT, L.; HACKING, S.; SHENTON, J.
Lifeworld, the arts and mental health nursing
BILEY, F. C.; GALVIN, K. T.
Seeing the psychiatrist: an autoethnographic account
People in glass houses
Research in brief
The Creative Connection: Expressive Arts as Healing
Humanizing Psychiatry and Mental Health Care: The Challenge of the Person-centred Approach
The Secret History of a Woman Patient
Clinical Guide to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Disorders
Life After Darkness: A Doctor's Journey through Severe Depression