Nurses can be a powerful voice in 2020 advocating for better care outcomes
Challenge stigma around eating disorders and take opportunities to prevent illness escalating
Individual placement and support (IPS) has helped keep people with mental health conditions in work
Nurses are strangely absent from the World Health Organization’s five-year mental health plan
Well-being guardians may lead the way, but we all have our part to play
Nominate yourself or a colleague for this year’s RCNi Nurse Awards and help celebrate exceptional nursing care, writes editor Graham Scott
Editor Colin Parish on how you can get involved in the Mental Health Practice conference held in Manchester, in May
A new survey by Nursing Standard and the Sunday Mirror newspaper reinforces the obvious reason why morale is poor: nurses simply do not feel valued, writes Graham Scott
It’s good to see the college taking the lead on defining advanced practice, and it seems accreditation won’t be easy to achieve, writes Nursing Standard editor Graham Scott
Overhauling procedure for fitness to practise cases will save money, says Graham Scott.
Understanding the powerful effect animals can have for a person who has mental health issues.
There is no room for 'turf wars' in mental health care, says Dr Adrian James, Registrar at the Royal College of Psychiatrists
The blurb on the back cover says this book is for nurses and other professionals in mental health practice, but the contents are clearly directed towards nursing students
Brent Williams provides a compelling insight into the experience of depression told mainly through pictures
Little is added to the debate on spirituality and care by the outdated ideas in this book
Lesley Warner reviews plays with mental health themes at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Self-employed nursing advisor David Harding-Price reviews Introducing Mental Health: A Practical Guide by Caroline Kinsella and Connor Kinsella
Visiting teaching fellow Liam Clarke reviews Proper People: Early Asylum Life in the Worlds of Those Who were There by David Scrimgeour