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Call me crass and irresponsible but I hope you find a way to treat yourself at Christmas
Some of you will be familiar with the slightly scary social psychology research known as the ‘Stanford Prison Experiment’. It investigated the psychological effects of perceived power and took place in 1971.
Dr. Sarah Butchard and Professor Peter Kinderman share their thoughts on caring for those with dementia.
A new study just released by UK researchers found that exposure to targeted, personal and verbal aggression by patients can adversely affect mental health nurses’ decision-making regarding physical restraint, explains Kim Sanders.
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When John Templeton was medically discharged from the British Army in 1998, he may have left the battlefield, but it did not leave him.
Something happened a few weeks ago that was rather exciting. I’ve often replied to Jeremy Hunt’s musings on Twitter but never expected a reply back. Recently I got one.
Discovering the Safewards Model has helped mental health nurse, Helen Croft, and her colleagues create an ‘air of positivity’ in their service by helping patients and staff understand each other better
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Many conferences which purport to tackle student mental health issues are more concerned with making money than helping those in higher education
Dorcas Gwata started as a hospital cleaner, and now she’s a clinical nurse specialist who works with young people affected by gangs
The opportunity to merge clinical work and research has been a true success in the eyes of Dr Joseph Manning, a clinical-academic senior research fellow in children, young people and family nursing, who works across Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Coventry University and The University of Nottingham.