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Dual diagnosis: meeting clients’needs

01 November 1999

Mental Health Practice

Dual Diagnosis

Over recent years there has been increasing recognition of the challenges faced by services seeking to meet the needs of people with a dual diagnosis – that is, the...

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...

Attitudes of dual diagnosis service users to mobile apps that aid treatment adherence

16 October 2018

Mental Health Practice

research

Aims To examine the response of dual diagnosis service users towards the development of a mobile phone application (app) that would assist with treatment adherence....

Exploring mental health issues in people with an intellectual disability

14 November 2019

Learning Disability Practice

psychiatric disorders

Mental health concerns are prevalent in regard to those with intellectual disability. There are many reasons for this, some of which may relate to the causation of...

Rethinking concurrent disorders: implications and future directions for nursing practice

29 October 2019

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

Substance use issues and mental health disorders often co-occur. Although there is an increasing amount of evidence for the benefits of concurrently treating mental...