What kind of work do neuropsychiatry specialist nurses do?
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What kind of work do neuropsychiatry specialist nurses do?

Lindsay Cleary Neuropsychiatry specialist nurse, Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool

When brain injury or neurological condition affect mental health, we are the nurses who provide care, treatment and support for patients and families

What types of patients do you work with?

Neuropsychiatry specialist nurses work with a range of patients with pre-existing mental health symptoms or symptoms that have developed secondary to neurological illnesses or events.

Mental Health Practice. 26, 1, 16-17. doi: 10.7748/mhp.26.1.16.s7

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