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In this article, a selection of emotionally charged situations encountered while conducting an ethnographic research project in a prison in the United Kingdom are outlined and analyzed. With reference to three impressionistic field notes, the researcher's responses to interpersonal...
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This study explored the dimensions of violence experienced by Iranian nursing students, during their nursing education. Violence toward students has become a major concern in recent years, and strategies are needed to reduce the incidence.
In forensic psychiatry, family violence perpetrated by a loved one suffering from severe mental illness is a significant problem thought to affect nearly half of families. To examine this poorly documented issue, a qualitative study using a grounded theory research strategy was...
Maintaining appropriate professional boundaries with clients in mental health settings can be complex, particularly for forensic inpatient nurses and healthcare workers. The literature in this area has mainly focused on boundary violations, with little research on how staff...
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