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Older women's experiences of depression: a hermeneutic phenomenological study
ALLAN, J.; DIXON, A.
The experiences of carers in Taiwanese culture who have long-term schizophrenia in their families: a phenomenological study
HUANG, X.-Y.; HUNG, B.-J.; SUN, F. K.; LIN, J.-D.; CHEN, C.-C.
Are chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia the same? Implications for the provision of appropriate mental health intervention
MCKAY, P. G.; DUFFY, T.; MARTIN, C. R.
Implementation of Clinical Supervision: educational preparation and subsequent diary accounts of the practicalities involved, from an Australian mental heath nursing innovation
WHITE, E.; WINSTANLEY, J.
The effects of cognitive training on community-dwelling elderly Koreans
PARK, M. H.; KWON, D. Y.; SEO, W. K.; LIM, K. S.; SONG, M. S.
Special observations in forensic psychiatric practice: gender issues of the watchers and the watched
MASON, T.; MASON-WHITEHEAD, E.; THOMAS, M.
All this happened, more or less: thoughts on ‘truth’, the role of fiction and its potential application in mental health and psychiatric nursing research
BILEY, F. C.
Beyond satisfaction, what service users expect of inpatient mental health care: a literature review
HOPKINS, J. E.; LOEB, S. J.; FICK, D. M.
A common flaw in healthcare finance mechanisms that adversely affects service quality and capacity: professional caregiver insurance risk in the trenches
Can the introduction of a quality of life tool affect individual professional practice and the quality of care planning in a community mental health team?
MURPHY, N.; CUTTS, H.
The attitudes of nursing staff in secure environments to young people who self-harm
Mindreadings: Literature and Psychiatry
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Acute Inpatient Mental Health Units
Working with Ethnicity, Race and Culture in Mental Health