صفحه اصلی مجموعه  Journal of Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing

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2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (5).pdf.jpg2016Knowledge and attitudes of Irish Mental Health Professionals to the concept of recovery from mental illness – five years laterMhs, K Gaffey; G, P
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (14).pdf.jpg2016Mental health nurses ’ views about antipsychotic medication side effectsStomski, N J; Morrison, P; Meehan, T
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (1).pdf.jpg2016Due to a system reporting error, the Peer Reviewers article contained incorrect affiliations. The correct version of Peer Reviewers is now updated in the current online version. We apologise for the error.-
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (9).pdf.jpg2016Essays and Debates in Mental HealthOs, Jim Van
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (8).pdf.jpg2016Stigmatizing attitudes in nurses towards people with mental illness : a cross-sectional study in primary settings in FinlandOy, E L
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (12).pdf.jpg2016‘ Dale ’: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of a service user ’ s experience with a crisis resolution / home treatment team in the United KingdomNelson, L J; Ashman, D; Practice, Professional; Lecturer, Senior; Sciences, Sports
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (3).pdf.jpg2016Palliative care in mental health facilities from the perspective of nurses : a mixed-methods studyEvenblij, K; Widdershoven, G A M
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (13).pdf.jpg2016Loneliness and related factors among people with schizophrenia in Japan : a cross-sectional studyShioda, A; Tadaka, E; Okochi, A
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (4).pdf.jpg2016Editorial Co-production : what is it and where do we begin ?Nursing, Mental Health
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (11).pdf.jpg2016Effective ingredients of verbal de-escalation : validating an English modified version of the ‘ De-Escalating Aggressive Behaviour Scale ’Mavandadi, V; Bieling, P J; Madsen, V; Neuroscience, Behavioural
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (2).pdf.jpg2016services ; a follow-up 6 years onBrimblecombe, N; Lead, Evaluation Project; Staffordshire, South; London, South
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (7).pdf.jpg2016Essays and Debates in Mental HealthNursing, Mental Health
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (6).pdf.jpg2016Evaluating the outcomes of the STEPPS programme in a UK community-based population ; implications for the multidisciplinary treatment of borderline personality disorderHill, N; Geoghegan, M; Psychologist, Assistant; Community, Reigate; Health, Mental; Service, Recovery; Trust, Foundation; Psychologist, Consultant Counselling; Community, Dorking; Health, Mental; Service, Recovery; Clinical, Consultant; Community, Tandridge; Health, M
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 6-7 August-Septenber (10).pdf.jpg2016South KoreaJun, W H; Jo, M J; Korea, South
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 3-4 May (11).pdf.jpg2016Editorial Hidden in plain sight ; the reality for older military veteransNursing, Mental Health
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 5 June (3).pdf.jpg2016A systematic review of the effects of novel psychoactive substances ‘ legal highs ’ on people with severe mental illnessGray, R; Bressington, D; Ivanecka, A; Hughes, E; Services, Health; Corporation, Hamad Medical; Polytechnic, Hong Kong; Kong, Hong; Kong, Hong; Sciences, Human
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 5 June (12).pdf.jpg2016Frailty , pain and psychological variables among older adults living in Hong Kong nursing homes : can we do better to address multimorbidities ?Tse, M M Y; Yeung, S Y; Lai, C; Lui, J Y W; Kwong, E; Kong, Hong
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 5 June (7).pdf.jpg2016Preparing non-government organization workers to conduct health checks for people with serious mental illness in regional AustraliaRn, Martin Jones; D, P; Kruger, Mellissa
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 5 June (9).pdf.jpg2016Exploring why people with SMI smoke and why they may want to quit : baseline data from the SCIMITAR RCTPeckham, E; Knowles, S
2016 JMHPN Volume 23 Issue 5 June (8).pdf.jpg2016Going smoke-free : attitudes of mental health professionals to policy changeRugendyke, A R; Services, Corrective