Opinion, analysis and debate
Stigma: A major barrier to preventionSubscription
Stigma surrounding suicide is the theme of this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day taking place on September 10.
Services need to recognise and address the needs of the whole person, says Ian Hulatt
We talk to Tony Butterworth, emeritus professor, now retired, a chairman and trustee of several charities, who qualified as a mental health nurse in 1965.
People with a learning disability or a mental health label are not treated in a respectful manner, says Terry Bryan
Recognise that mental health nursing can profit from collaborating with peer support workers who have first-hand experience as service users, says Alan Simpson
I read with some alarm the issue raised concerning whether nurses should accompany police when they are dealing with “violent” mentally ill people.
60 seconds with...Sheila Kasaven, matron at Manchester Mental Health and Social Care TrustSubscription
We talk to Sheila Kasaven, matron at Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, who has been a nurse for 18 years
We talk to Sarah Kendal, lecturer at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester, who started mental health nurse training in 1987
We talk to Thomas Currid, senior lecturer at London South Bank University, who has been a nurse for 26 years
'Tea and Talk creates environments where people feel comfortable talking about mental health'Subscription
Helen Hutchings’ unique perspective put her in the best position to be able to support others