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Mental Health Nursing  |  JunJul 2020  


The latest issue of Mental Health Nursing contains a range of news and features, including:

- Coronavirus updates
- Risks for people from BAME backgrounds during the pandemic
- Horticultural therapy and depression
- Developing a hepatology service in mental health care
- Interview with Ed Lord
- Student page
Mental Health Nursing (MHN) Journal app brings content on best practice for mental health nursing to your mobile device.

Mental Health Nursing is the journal of the Mental Health Nursing Association. MHN covers all aspects of mental health nurse practice in the UK.

Download the app to access:
• Education and Training features
• Reviews and reports into innovative therapy and care
• Updates to legislation including the Mental Health Act and the Mental Capacity Act.

Keep up to date with the latest in mental health nursing with this app, designed for health care professionals.
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Below is a selection of articles in Mental Health Nursing JunJul 2020.

MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT SHOULD BE A HIGHER PRIORITY AT THIS TIME Steven Jones, Professor (mental health), University of Chester At the moment it is hard to write and talk about anything other than COVID-19 and the many challenges that have been posed during ...
£5 million funding given to support mental health community projects during pandemic Community projects supporting people with their mental health during the coronavirus pandemic are set to benefit from their share of £5 million of extra funding. Voluntary organisations from across t...
People with severe mental illness at more risk of relapse during pandemic Improved access to mental health services must be prioritised as the country continues to navigate out of lockdown, according to the charity Rethink Mental Illness. Its new briefing ‘Access to NHS me...
MHN lead professional officer update Dave Munday, Unite in Health. Twitter: @davidamunday I’ve had a rollercoaster few months. Early on when COVID-19 struck I was keen to see if I could help out on the frontline. Encouraging other...
COVID-19 may cause half a million more people to have mental ill health Newscast/Time to Change The global COVID-19 pandemic is likely to increase the number of people in the UK experiencing a mental health problem in the next two years, according to a new anal...
‘All in it together’? Reflections on the disproportionate risks for people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds during the COVID-19 pandemic Unite Applied Psychologists Organising Professional Committee In mid-December 2019, a virus quietly emerged in Wuhan, China, starting with a single case, a person who thought they had an ordinary cold...

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