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Effort–reward imbalance and burnout among German nurses in medical compared with psychiatric hospital settings
SCHULZ, M.; DAMKRÖGER, A.; HEINS, C.; WEHLITZ, L.; LÖHR, M.; DRIESSEN, M.; BEHRENS, J.; WINGENFELD, K.
The measurement of psychotic acuity by nursing staff
THEODORIDOU, C.; BOWERS, L.; BRENNAN, G.; GILBERT, D.; WINSHIP, G.
Facing inadequacy and being good enough: psychiatric care providers' narratives about experiencing and coping with troubled conscience
DAHLQVIST, V.; SÖDERBERG, A.; NORBERG, A.
ADHD in the college student: a block in the road
MEAUX, J. B.; GREEN, A.; BROUSSARD, L.
Survey of psychiatrists' views of nurse prescribing
RANA, T.; BRADLEY, E.; NOLAN, P.
Monitoring oral health and dental attendance in an outpatient psychiatric population
PERSSON, K.; AXTELIUS, B.; SÖDERFELDT, B.; ÖSTMAN, M.
Using and understanding consumer satisfaction to effect an improvement in mental health service delivery
BRUNERO, S.; LAMONT, S.; FAIRBROTHER, G.
A study of stigmatized attitudes towards people with mental health problems among health professionals
RAO, H.; MAHADEVAPPA, H.; PILLAY, P.; SESSAY, M.; ABRAHAM, A.; LUTY, J.
User involvement in community mental health services – principles and practices
BORG, M.; KARLSSON, B.; KIM, H. S.
Locked doors in acute inpatient psychiatry: a literature review
VAN DER MERWE, M.; BOWERS, L.; JONES, J.; SIMPSON, A.; HAGLUND, K.
Thinking the unthinkable: does mental health nursing have a future?
The Matrix Model of dual diagnosis service delivery
Emergency Room Outreach: a new approach
Finding My Way: A Teen's Guide to Living with a Parent Who Has Experienced Trauma
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