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Close supervision centres (CSCs) contain some of the most difficult-to-manage male prisoners in England and Wales. They form a last resort in the management of prisoners whose safety and security needs require something beyond the capability of segregation units to manage them. The mental health...
Traditionally, all states and territories of Australia had a system for the recognition and registration of mental health nurses (known historically as psychiatric nurses). The state and territory licensing bodies held a separate register for nurses who had completed an accredited programme in...
There has been a seismic shift in mental health nursing since the introduction of care in the community in the 1970s and 1980s, and much to celebrate. The contribution of mental health nurses is greatly valued by service users ( Healthcare Commission 2005a ) and nurses are acknowledged as the...
It was not until the Department of Health (DH) report Intermediate Care – Moving Forward ( DH 2002 ) was published, more than a year after the National Service Framework for Older People ( DH 2001 ), that older people with mental health problems were intrinsically linked to ‘mainstream’...
Recent years have seen a shift away from a medical model of care for people with learning disabilities, symbolised by closure of the large specialised hospitals. Over the same period, the philosophies of normalisation ( Wolfensberger 1972 ) and subsequently social role valorization (...
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