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.

Using personalised music to enhance the well-being of people with dementia

Using personalised music to enhance the well-being of people with dementia

Listening to music can reduce symptoms such as agitation in people with dementia

Reflecting on professional self-disclosure and supportive relationships with foster carers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Professional self-disclosure and supportive relationships with foster carers

How approaches to self-disclosure changed during the shift to remote working during COVID-19

Supporting staff at a low secure mental health setting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Supporting staff at a low secure mental health setting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Learn about some adaptations to practice adopted by a low secure mental health unit

Mental health service provision for single homeless people: findings from a freedom of information-based study

Mental health service provision for single homeless people

Findings from a freedom of information-based study

Exploring the effect of a therapy dog in a group for young people experiencing anxiety

Exploring the effect of a therapy dog in a group for young people experiencing anxiety

Enhancing nurses’ knowledge of the use of canine-assisted therapy in healthcare settings

Supporting young people who are leaving child and adolescent mental health services

Supporting young people who are leaving child and adolescent mental health services

Enhance your understanding of the benefits of personalised care planning

Providing specialist clinical support for adoptive parents and adoption professionals

Providing specialist clinical support for adoptive parents and adoption professionals

The core aspects of the role of a specialist practitioner lead for adoption in a CAMHS team

Online mindfulness-based interventions and their use in mental health practice

Online mindfulness-based interventions and their use in mental health practice

The benefits and limitations of such interventions for people with mental health issues

Where do mental health nurses work on registration and in their early career? Results from the evaluation of a nursing programme

Where do mental health nurses work on registration and in their early career?

Exploring the factors influencing newly registered mental health nurses’ choice of first role

Supporting mental fitness in professional rugby league match officials

Supporting mental fitness in professional rugby league match officials

Abuse experienced by officials can negatively affect their mental health and well-being

Examining the preventive health-screening activities of mental health nurses

Examining the preventive health-screening activities of mental health nurses

Screening is crucial for early detection of a range of physical conditions and risk factors

Nursing students’ experiences of seeking mental health support: a literature review

Nursing students’ experiences of seeking mental health support: a literature review

Enhance your awareness of the mental health needs of nursing students

Adolescent-to-parent violence: an audit

The prevalence in one sample and the response of agencies and professionals involved

The effects of satisfaction with friendships and autistic-like traits on well-being

Recognising other people’s emotions and friendships could enhance psychological well-being

Young people’s views on specialist mental healthcare and remote delivery

Evaluation of a specialist child and adolescent mental health service team during COVID
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Service user and staff experiences of a new community enhanced rehabilitation team

Learn about the development of a community enhanced rehabilitation team during COVID-19
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Using a digital messaging service to enhance access to mental health support

With ChatHealth, healthcare services can expand service users’ access to services and support

Using lived experience stories and anecdotes to enhance mental health nurse education

Nurse education has not always recognised the potential of using stories and anecdotes

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