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Mental Health Nursing Magazine

6 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review From £3.33 per issue Mental Health Nursing (MHN) Journal app brings content on best practice for mental health nursing to your mobile device. .. read more

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.  read less
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Mental Health Nursing  |  Oct/Nov 2022  


The October/November issue of Mental Health Nursing contains news, views and insights on a range of topics, including:

- The draft mental health bill
- When enough is enough
- How to write for the journal
- Does the profession support introverted personalities?
- Language, terminology and men in mental health nursing
- Interview with Jane Padmore, mental health nurse and NHS trust chief executive
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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Good Insight and Reviews for Mental Health Nursing

Best practice for mental health nursing Reviewed 25 February 2021

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Mental Health Nursing Oct/Nov 2022.

MY ATTITUDE TO INDUSTRIAL ACTION HAS BEEN CHANGED So much has changed recently. At both a national and individual level we are maybe not so much at a crossroads, but more a spaghetti junction of unknowns and worries. We have a new monarch, we have ...
New plan for patients criticised for failing to prioritise mental health care improvements The new health secretary’s vision for the NHS has drawn criticism for not identifying mental health as a priority area for Liz Truss’s government. Thérèse Coffey (pictured), who is also the deputy ...
ONS data shows suicide levels have returned to pre-pandemic levels The rate of registered suicides in England and Wales has risen to pre-pandemic levels following disruption and delays to coroners’ inquests during 2020. Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures...
Panorama exposé prompts public enquiry call The Panorama programme on alleged failures in care at the Edenfield Centre in Manchester has prompted calls for a full public enquiry into systemic failings of inpatient mental health services acros...
ICN report highlights the need for more mental health nurses worldwide There are insufficient mental health nurses worldwide to meet global needs, according to an international report produced to mark World Mental Health Day on 10 October. ‘Time to Prioritize and Inve...
University students urged to seek mental health support StockSnap from Pixabay England’s most senior mental health nurse has urged university students to seek mental health support as soon as they need it, as new data shows record numbers of y...

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