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This article describes the ‘recovery approach’ to mental health problems and how the authors worked with colleagues to introduce it at their trust.
As someone who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, I do not believe that serious mental illness should be the end of a life. I believe that if something bothers you, you should change it.
Up to one in five people being treated for depression may have undiagnosed bipolar disorder, according to a study of nearly 600 people living in south Wales undertaken by researchers from Cardiff University.
Care home staff have undergone a training course devised by a dementia nurse to help them experience life with the condition.
Mental health staff in Scotland are being urged to make residential facilities smoke-free, although there are no plans for a statutory smoking ban in these premises.
Five mental health nurses have been shortlisted for awards at the Nursing Standard Nurse Awards 2011, which will take place in London on April 28.
This month’s issue includes several articles on subjects that are fundamental to service users’ wellbeing. Housing needs, hearing loss, spiritual needs and depression: you cannot get more fundamental than these.
In an audit of hearing difficulties among users of a specialist inpatient service for people with mental illness, learning disability or acquired brain injury, 655 people were screened and 103 were found to need follow up. Subsequently, 32, including 12 whose hearing impairment had been...
Housing is a fundamental need and is particularly important for people who have been discharged from hospital after admission for acute mental health problems. In this article, the author describes his experiences as a delayed transfer of care co-ordinator and highlights the importance of an...
Recently, I was asked by a private sector organisation to provide eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) treatment to their employees.
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