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The Code of Practice and the ambiguities of 'guidance'
Codes of Practice are a peculiarly UK phenomenon. I am aware of no other nation adopting this peculiar, quasi-legal and sort of binding mechanism as part of its mental health governance. They have been issued for both the ...
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 ...
Cochrane for global mental health
The article discusses about the global mental health. The production of accessible and usable evidence is the main purpose of Cochrane. For 25 years, Cochrane has produced systematic reviews of primary research in human ...
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Towards a 'forensic lens' model of multidisciplinary training
This paper reports on research undertaken to identify if common areas of multidisciplinary training exist in the literature. The literature that specifically focused on training issues in forensic practice (mental health) ...
Nurses could carry out mental health triage more efficiently
The services that most mentally unwell patients receive are excellent. However, there is one area nationally where people with perceived mental health issues receive a less than ideal service, and that is when they or their ...
From the rhetoric to the real: A critical review of how the concepts of recovery and social inclusion may inform mental health nurse advanced level curricula - The eMenthe project
OBJECTIVES: This critical review addresses the question of how the concepts of recovery and social inclusion may inform mental health nurse education curricula at Master's level in order to bring about significant and ...