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Matter over mind: physical causes of mental illness

The old argument that the roots of mental illness may lie in the body, not the mind, has...

Changing mental health nursing

Following up on her September interview in Mental Health Practice, Felicity Stockwell’s...

Working in partnership with patients to take control of mental health services

Understanding that co-production between service users and staff in mental health services...

A to Z of prison nursing

Prison nursing can often be challenging, but understanding what staff face on a daily basis...

Ian Hulatt: Online self-assessment of mental health problems could facilitate patients...

Self-diagnosis via the internet: democratisation of health or dangerous mistake?

Love me, please…

Joanne Kidd and Mark Kelly attempt to decipher the words and behaviour of people who have a...

Ian Hulatt: Celebrating 30 years of progress in mental health nursing

Nursing Standard celebrates its 30th birthday this month. Much has been achieved in mental...

Mental Health nursing in Sri Lanka

Shannon Flowers travelled to Sri Lanka for an elective placement to study mental health care...

Ian Hulatt: Will the money tree grow another branch for mental health service reform?

Government plans to create thousands of new mental health nursing posts are welcome but...

How can it be 40 years since I started nursing?

Colin Parish is preparing for a big reunion, but some of his fellow students have gone

Appreciate those who keep us safe

Marsha McAdam says we need to look after each other and take the pressure off the people we...

Widen your horizons to meet patients' needs

Karina Krawiec says service users benefit when mental health nurses look beyond the medical

Tony Butterworth: Stop the assault on undergraduate nurse education

New pathways into nursing, such as apprenticeships and associate roles, pose a huge risk to...

Critical perspectives in mental health

Applying philosophy and politics as a background to mental health can provide a new...

Does the mental health system really care for people?

A father describes his daughter’s experiences and his doubt about whether the care she has

Star Wards - awakening the online force

An online resource has been set up by Star Wards, the project using small changes to make a

Prisons must develop dementia strategy, says ombudsman

Prisons and probation ombudsman says staff need help to manage rapidly growing older

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