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Managing madness, murderers and paedophiles: Understanding change in the field of English forensic psychiatry
This paper discusses changes occurring in the field of English forensic psychiatry which appear to be linked to feelings of discomfort amongst medical professionals who manage care in such settings. These changes are neither ...
Mistakes I have made: And things they taught me while working as a peer
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the development and progression of offering peer support using personal reflections on mistakes. The paper draws on the core principles of peer support which have the ...
Alexander Ross Kerr Mitchell
Walking wounded or wounded healer?" Does personal experience of mental health problems help or hinder mental health practice? A review of the literature
Purpose - A systematic review of the literature on "wounded healers" was undertaken to identify, define and interpret the term and its application within the mental health environment. The paper aims to discuss these issues. ...
The college and the independent sector
Comments on an article by P. Sugarman and S. R. Nimmagadda (see record 2007-17844-001). The authors have highlighted a very topical issue. It is interesting that psychiatrists in general feel stigmatised and discriminated ...
Psychiatric secrets of success: Who wants to be a specialist registrar? 
Comments on an article by Asim Naeem (see record 2004-20521-008) that provided tips and advice for trainees aiming for higher specialist training as specialist registrars. However, we would like to point out certain factual ...
Robert George (Rob) Jones