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Dual diagnosis: training needs and attitudes of nursing staff

01 March 2013

Mental Health Practice

Art & Science

Background There is limited research in forensic mental health services about staff attitudes towards substance misuse or how improvements in training might affect...

Participants’evaluation of a training programme in dual diagnosis

07 March 2006

Nursing Standard

Art & science

A training programme in dual diagnosis (mental health and substance misuse) began in 2003 across three NHS trusts and was funded by Cheshire and Merseyside Strategic...

Participants’ evaluation of a training programme in dual diagnosis

01 March 2006

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

A training programme in dual diagnosis (mental health and substance misuse) began in 2003 across three NHS trusts and was funded by Cheshire and Merseyside Strategic...

Learning disabilities and mental health: families' experiences of hospitalisation

Learning Disability Practice

evidence & practice

Experiential research on the phenomenon of hospitalisation is a well-established field of study. This article argues that family members of people who have been...
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