Help make 2020 a year that mental health nurses can be proud of
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Help make 2020 a year that mental health nurses can be proud of

Nick Lipley @RCNi_MHPJournal Editor, Mental Health Practice

Personal health budgets, mindfulness, suicide intervention, concurrent disorders, positive psychology: the online-first articles we have selected for this month’s issue of Mental Health Practice are testimony to the enormous scope of mental health nursing in acute and community settings.

Mental Health Practice. 23, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/mhp.23.1.5.s1

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