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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 9, 1 November 2012

Our Encounters with Madness
pp. e10-e12(3)
Authors: WARR, PETER; WARR, JERRY

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Our Encounters with Madness
pp. e13-e14(2)
Author: BAKER, CHARLEY

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Student nurses' experience working with mentally challenged individuals in South Africa
pp. 761-769(9)
Authors: JANSE VAN RENSBURG, E. S.; POGGENPOEL, M.; MYBURGH, C. P. H.

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Factors affecting assessment of severity of aggressive incidents: using the Staff Observation Aggression Scale – Revised (SOAS‐R) in Japan
pp. 770-775(6)
Authors: NODA, T.; NIJMAN, H.; SUGIYAMA, N.; TSUJIWAKI, K.; PUTKONEN, H.; SAILAS, E.; KONTIO, R.; ITO, H.; JOFFE, G.

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Event sequencing of forced intramuscular medication in England
pp. 799-806(8)
Authors: BOWERS, L.; ROSS, J.; OWITI, J.; BAKER, J.; ADAMS, C.; STEWART, D.

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Managing distressed and disturbed patients: the thoughts and feelings experienced by Italian nurses
pp. 807-815(9)
Authors: CAMUCCIO, C. A.; CHAMBERS, M.; VÄLIMÄKI, M.; FARRO, D.; ZANOTTI, R.

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Ethnic differences in reported unmet needs among male inpatients with severe mental illness
pp. 830-838(9)
Authors: BRUCE, M.; GWASPARI, M.; COBB, D.; NDEGWA, D.

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