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The purpose of this paper is to compare beliefs about medication prescribed for bipolar disorder across professional groups within Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs) â…
Attitudes of psychiatrists, nurses and service users towards prescribing and administrating depot antipsychotic medicationClaude Besenius, Eleanor Bradley, Peter Nolan
The aim of this paper is to ascertain the attitudes and experiences of psychiatrists, nurse prescribers, and service users with regard to the prescription of antipsychotic…
Type of community as confounding variable in the satisfaction of rural child and youth mental health clinicians: implications for evidenceâbased workforce developmentJudy Gillespie, Rhea Redivo
This paper seeks to present findings from a study soliciting the perspectives of child and youth mental health clinicians practising in rural/remote settings in British…
This article aims to focus on the role of livedâexperience in mental health education and practice as perceived by undergraduate students.
The Practice Engagement Framework: a framework that assists the identification and development of the clinical role for lecturers in mental health nursingNorman Young, Nicola Evans, Elizabeth Bowring‐Lossock
The aim of this paper is to offer a framework that captures the clinical activity of mental health nursing academics.
Online date, start – end:2006
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Anne Felton
- Prof Di Bailey
- Dr David Crepaz-Keay