Mental Health Practice
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Employers and loved ones praise dedication of Alice Kit Tak Ong and Rebecca Mack
Inadequate provision is compromising nurse and patient safety, RCN warns
Public Health England guidance contrasts with Resuscitation Council advice on CPR
NHS staff can speak to volunteers from charities such as Hospice UK and the Samaritans
Three-pronged survey will look at healthcare staff’s experiences throughout the pandemic
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Mental health practitioners can support service users to move beyond traumatic events
Neal Aplin recounts how he learned to cope with the aftermath of a traumatic event
In this article Clare Wood underlines that recovery is unique for everyone
Support for women service users with severe mental illness to access screening
The budgets empower patients to self-manage care and regain control of their lives
As entries open for the RCNi Nurse Awards 2020, past winners reflect on their career-changing experiences
For World Mental Health Day 2019 a former nurse talks about his latest book
Nurses are perfectly positioned to help and support people with eating disorders
Nurses can be a powerful voice in 2020 advocating for better care outcomes
Nurse training can take its toll, so learn techniques to improve your mood and performance
A service user’s chlamydia diagnosis taught me lessons about disclosure and breach of trust
Podcasts aim to dispel myths about mental illness, remove stigma and give patients a voice
Emma Wadey is a nurse at the top of the NHS, but don’t ask her to give up clinical practice
A challenging role where compassion and advocacy go hand in hand with public protection
Gill Drummond reflects on her career and what makes a good mental health nurse