Colin Parish argues that additional long-term funding is crucial to ensure mental health services are as good as they need to be
Nursing academic urges staff to ‘make some noise and be more political’
A round-table discussion shed light on the importance of training in improving outcomes
The RCN's mental health forum, the college's largest, is intending to fight to get the profession the time it needs to provide therapeutic care
Recognise frailty as a clinical condition that needs to be managed, researchers say
The RCN mental health professional lead reflects on her first six months in the job
A report, published by The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman highlights the affects workforce shortages in mental healthcare are having on patients
Two years into the Five Year Forward View, one of England's most senior mental health nurses assesses progress made
Prime minister said review will focus on ‘injustice and discrimination’ in system
Mental health advocate Felicity Stockwell wrote The Unpopular Patient, which is regarded as one of the most influential pieces of nursing research ever written. In this interview, she reflects on the highlights of her nursing career with Mental Health Practice editor, Colin Parish and discusses how to build rapport with ‘difficult’ patients.
Felicity Stockwell wrote The Unpopular Patient, which is regarded as one of the most influential pieces of nursing research ever written.
Influential mental health nurse Kevin Gournay, on how half a century working in the profession has given him hope towards future nursing generations.