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Working with specific issues and concerns 

Working with specific issues and concerns
Chapter:
Working with specific issues and concerns
Author(s):

Helen Waldock

, Sara Owen

, Geoff Brennan

, Karina Lovell

, Sarah Kendal

, Paul Rogers

, Patrick Callaghan

, Peter Phillips

, Julia Jones

, Helen Waldock

, Sara Owen

, Geoff Brennan

, Karina Lovell

, Sarah Kendal

, Paul Rogers

, Patrick Callaghan

, Patrick Callaghan

, Peter Phillips

, Patrick Callaghan

, Patrick Callaghan

, and Julia Jones

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198703853.003.0003
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date: 05 May 2021

This chapter, specially written for the second edition of this book, examines contemporary issues in mental health nursing that have emerged since the publication of the first edition. In particular it presents information on national and international policy changes in mental health and mental health nursing, and describes the move towards integrated health care, the emergence of recovery-focused approaches, and the implications of these for mental health nursing.

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