How to preserve the dignity of inpatients during menstruation
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How to preserve the dignity of inpatients during menstruation

Jessica Bradley Health journalist

To treat mental health inpatients with compassion and dignity, menstrual health needs to be taken seriously and specific questions must be asked

Many inpatients in mental health settings will have a period during their admission. However, experts say there is a lack of training, understanding and recognition about the importance of upholding period dignity for these patients.

Mental Health Practice. 26, 6, 17-18. doi: 10.7748/mhp.26.6.17.s6

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