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I first visited South Africa when I was in my second year as a nursing student at Edinburgh University. In July 2003, along with 60 other students from universities across the UK, I volunteered to work as a teaching assistant in a township primary school. Travelling into the townships to school...
The implementation and operation of crisis resolution teams (CRTs) has triggered wide-ranging changes in mental health service provision in the health service. The NHS is a highly complex organisation, and mental health services are both multi-disciplinary and multi-agency. The Sainsbury Centre...
I am Jeannie Robinson (pictured opposite in white), a community mental health nurse (CMHN) working with older adults for Sheffield Care Trust, and Sue Gunstone (pictured with me) is a nurse lecturer at the University of Sheffield. Part of Sue’s role is to act as clinical link tutor and make...
It is well established that mental health services in the UK have been slow to adopt evidence-based practice (EBP) and this applies in particular to cognitive behavioural (CB) approaches ( Kavanagh et al 1993 , Fadden 1997 , Price 1999 , Tarrier et al 1999 , Brooker et al 2003 ). However, the...
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