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Category list : Anxiety

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  • lost connections jacket

    Lost ConnectionsSubscription

    Book review12 June, 2018

    ’This may be useful for people with mild depression or anxiety who are seeking ways to reduce these symptoms without medication.’

  • clinical psychology

    Clinical psychology. A very short introductionSubscription

    Book review22 May, 2018

    ’I would be recommending this as essential reading to any psychology student but probably more so to anyone who regularly has conversations with others about anxiety, stress or any psychological issue’

  • nt journal club online index

    Using eye movement therapy to reduce trauma after intensive careSubscription

    Clinical12 February, 2018

    After a trauma such as coming close to death, intensive care patients may develop post-traumatic stress disorder. A small pilot study shows benefits of eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion

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    Enhancing acute hospital care for patients who have self-harmedSubscription

    Clinical29 January, 2018

    A study has explored how patients who had self-harmed experienced their care on an acute medical unit at the Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital

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    Assessing and managing paternal mental health issuesSubscription

    Clinical20 November, 2017

    For many years the mental health issues of new fathers were ignored, but this is changing and awareness, assessment, recognition and treatment are improving

  • autism supporting difficulties

    Autism Supporting difficultiesSubscription

    Book review18 October, 2017

    ’This book looks at different situations that cause anxiety within children who are autistic’

  • Anxiety

    CBT by nurses ‘could cut service use by anxious patients’Subscription

    News8 September, 2017

    A form of psychotherapy that can be delivered by nurses helps patients overcome health anxiety and could prevent thousands of unnecessary trips to GP surgeries and hospitals, a trial has indicated.

  • listening, learning, caring

    Listening, Learning, Caring & CounsellingSubscription

    Book review21 March, 2017

    ’This book is a welcome addition to the therapeutic communication resources available and is a great way of introducing the new ”Listening, Learning, Caring & Counselling” model.’

  • calming your anxious child

    Calming Your Anxious ChildSubscription

    Book review20 March, 2017

    ’This book may be a useful resource for parents with an anxious child’

  • Health anxiety linked to heart disease risk

    Worrying about health linked to heart disease

    NHS Choices7 November, 2016

    “Worried well ‘make themselves sick’,” reports The Daily Telegraph.

  • mindfulness for unravelling anxiety

    Mindfulness for Unravelling AnxietySubscription

    Book review13 October, 2016

    ’This is a book with a wide appeal and could be of benefit for many people who face anxiety in their lives and want approaches to face it and work through it’

  • Jan Royal and Craig Meager

    'I went from an expert in academia to a novice on the ward. It was quite the shock'Subscription

    Opinion26 September, 2016

    Jan Royal and Craig Meager discuss supporting nursing students in the emergency department of a regional Major Trauma Centre.

  • overcoming anxiety book cover

    Overcoming AnxietySubscription

    Book review19 April, 2016

    ’One of the keys aspects of the book is the focus on positive thinkin’

  • Treating depression and anxiety in people with dementia

    Treating depression and anxiety in people with dementiaSubscription

    Clinical18 April, 2016

    Psychological treatments may be effective in treating symptoms of anxiety and depression that are associated with dementia

  • Pharmacotherapy: anxiety and comorbid alcohol use

    Pharmacotherapy: anxiety and comorbid alcohol useSubscription

    Clinical21 March, 2016

    The results of a Cochrane review, which explored the efficacy of pharmacotherapy as a treatment for anxiety in the presence of comorbid alcohol disorders

  • mindfulness pocketbook

    Mindfulness PocketbookSubscription

    Book review9 March, 2016

    ’This book could be useful for anyone in or out of the professional arena but would be particularly suitable for newly qualified nurses as a resource for handling those first few stressful days, weeks or months of their careers.

  • what's stopping you

    What’s stopping you? Being More ConfidentSubscription

    Book review19 February, 2016

    ’This book will resonate with anyone, from student to senior manager, who doubts their ability or worries that they are not capable or could achieve more with the opportunities that have been presented to them.’

  • 'Lonely' seems to be the hardest word

    'Lonely' seems to be the hardest wordSubscription

    Opinion18 January, 2016

    With more and more of us living in single person households, Hazel explores the impact this is having on mental health.

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    Mindfulness training may help patients with IBDSubscription

    News6 November, 2015

    Training in meditation and other mindfulness techniques brings lasting improvements in mental health and quality of life for patients with inflammatory bowel diseases, according to researchers.

  • Are student nurses disillusioned with nursing?

    Are student nurses disillusioned with nursing?Subscription

    Opinion19 October, 2015

    In this age of (over)sharing on social media, I am fully aware of the negative impact the proposed changes to the NHS are having on the morale of student nurses.

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