Championing 20 years of mental health nursing
From focusing on personality disorders to reviewing drugs for schizophrenia and cognitive behavioural therapy, mental health services have come a long way since Mental Health Practice first rolled off the presses in 1997. And nurses have been a crucial part of this cultural change over the past two decades. But what of the future for the profession?
Education and innovation
Mental Health Practice is celebrating a significant milestone this month as it turns 20 years old. For two decades this journal has been informing, celebrating, championing and encouraging the work and innovation of mental health nurses.
When the first issue rolled off the presses in September 1997, Tony Blair was prime minister after his landslide election in May, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone had just been published, and indie...
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