Is mental health nursing at risk of becoming a lost profession?
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Is mental health nursing at risk of becoming a lost profession?

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

While numbers of students who have been accepted on mental health nursing courses has risen, review statistics show that retention still remains an issue

Mental health nursing risks being ‘lost’ as a profession unless steps are taken to attract and retain more nurses.

Mental Health Practice. 25, 5, 12-14. doi: 10.7748/mhp.25.5.12.s4

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