Clinical

Our clinical nursing articles aim to inform and educate nurse practitioners and students. This is achieved through the publication of peer-reviewed, evidence-based, relevant and topical articles.

Preventing suicide by jumping in public locations: a systematic review of interventions

Preventing suicide by jumping in public locations: a systematic review of interventions

Interventions to restrict access to means of suicide are correlated with reduced suicide rates

Epilepsy: understanding its emotional and psychological effects and its relationship with mental illness

Epilepsy: emotional and psychological effects and relationship with mental illness

Epilepsy and mental health services should work together to provide coordinated care

Exploring service users’ experience of transition from inpatient rehabilitation to community settings

Service users’ experience of transition to community settings 

An evaluation of the work of a community enhanced rehabilitation team

Changing the focus of adverse incident reporting in mental health nursing

Changing the focus of adverse incident reporting in mental health nursing

Why nurses need to include workforce-related issues in adverse incident reports

Service users’ and staff’s experiences of ward rounds in an inpatient rehabilitation service: a service evaluation

A service evaluation of ward rounds in an inpatient rehabilitation service

Service users’ and staff’s experiences on the effectiveness of ward rounds

Benefits of developing long-term relationships between trainee nursing associates and mental health experts by experience

Nursing associates: benefits of collaborations with mental health experts by experience

How long-term interactions with service users can improve confidence during training

Exploring young people’s perspectives on digital technology and mental healthcare: pilot study findings

Exploring young people’s perspectives on digital technology and mental health care

Pilot study suggests avoiding a one-size-fits-all approach to integrating digital technology in CAMHS

Deprescribing antipsychotics in adults with psychotic disorders – a literature review

Deprescribing antipsychotics in adults with psychotic disorders

The challenge for nurses is to find a balance between the autonomy of the patient and the mitigation of risk

Integrating a trauma-informed approach into preregistration nurse education

Integrating a trauma-informed approach into preregistration nurse education

Including this in curricula enhances student well-being and ability to give high-quality patient care

Outcomes of a leadership programme for black, Asian and minority ethnic mental health nurses

Evaluating a leadership programme for BAME mental health nurses

What black, Asian and minority ethnic nurses thought about the programme and its aftermath

Mental health nurse education: a contemporary view in the debate between generic and specialist approaches

Mental health nurse education: waking up on the edge of oblivion

A follow-up article arguing that a generic approach risks dilution of mental health nurse education

Exploring the workplace well-being of staff at a new integrated community mental health service for children and young people

Staff well-being at a new community mental health service for young people

How nurturing optimism and creating a 'safe base' with access to training can fend off burnout

Urban influences on the development, perpetuation and mitigation of psychosis

How individuals experiencing or recovering from psychosis engage with urban spaces to cope...

Forgiveness in mental health practice: benefits for nurses and patients

Why forgiveness is essential in therapeutic relationships – particularly after violent...

Nurses’ experiences of using the NANDA International taxonomy in mental health care

Taxonomy helps make care structured and person-centred but should be synchronised with local...
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Providing seated chair massage at a forensic mental health and learning disability...

Massage for patients and staff had positive effects and is a low-risk, appropriate...

Mental health nursing students distressed by seeing physical restraint during placements

Simulation and hearing lived experience accounts during training could prepare them better

Exploring mental health nurses’ experiences of assaults in inpatient settings

Nurses talk about patient violence in a review that looks at strategies to address the issue

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