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Nominations are open for the Nursing Standard Nurse of the Year 2012 awards.
The vast majority of patients who use community mental health services say that they are listened to, and trust and have confidence in the care professionals they saw most recently.
Twelve per cent of patients receiving compulsory treatment under Scotland’s mental health legislation are being treated unlawfully, watchdogs have warned.
Summer can be a nightmare for journalists. With no ‘real’ news to report they tend to scrabble around for ‘silly’ stories. But not this year.
Many people find discussing issues of race and race equality difficult, but for mental health staff, an understanding of the differing values of people from diverse cultural backgrounds can increase confidence, awareness and sensitivity in service-user assessments. This article discusses a study...
The charity SANE is placing sculptures of black dogs across London and other major UK cities to raise awareness of depression.
We have known for years that people with severe mental health problems generally have poor physical health.
People with general health problems, such as arthritis, poor eyesight, broken bones and skin problems, may be at an increased risk of developing dementia.
For many people, the transition from childhood to adulthood is difficult and stressful. For people who have or who are at risk of developing mental health problems, the transition years can be even more fraught.
The highlight of this year’s Edinburgh fringe festival was Steve Hennessy’s quartet of plays, Lullabies of Broadmoor. The four plays, The Murder Club, Wilderness, The Demon Box and Venus at Broadmoor, are based on the 19th-century case histories of some of the more notorious inpatients of the...
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