Evidence is important, so too is the individual’s experience
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Evidence is important, so too is the individual’s experience

Ian Hulatt Consultant editor, Mental Health Practice

We should listen to what our clients say about what works best for them

A disposition to melancholy, a disturbance in the humours or a biological disturbance remedied by a chemical preparation. The history of depression is almost a microcosm of societal and scientific approaches to mental distress.

Nursing Standard. 32, 30, 31-31. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.30.31.s23

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