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MHN lead professional officer update

Dave Munday, Unite in Health. Twitter: @davidamunday


This year is the 70th anniversary of the founding of the NHS. To celebrate, each month Unite in Health is celebrating one or more of the professions that make up our organisation. The MHNA OPC has chosen October as mental health nursing month. This makes perfect sense for at least two reasons: it coincides with World Mental Health Day on 10 October and it gives us more time to put plans in place. We’re hoping to hold conferences in London (at the beginning of the month) and Edinburgh (possibly on 31 October, so save the date).

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The February/March 2018 #MHNjournal highlights include: - Mother care? Counting the cost of perinatal mental ill health - MHN Editorial Board member, Nicky Lambert is Looking back, looking forward - Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy for medically unexplained symptoms: a case study by Tom Hulme - The Mental Health & Smoking Partnership: tackling health inequality by Hazel Cheeseman - MHN Student Focus: Bethan Cumber on helping to inspire the nurses of the future - Inside the mind of... Jay Watts - Our regular updates from LPO Dave Munday and news from the mental health nursing world, including news of our 2018 support of Nursing in Practice events.