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Data collection and sampling in qualitative research: does size matter?
Experience, knowledge and attitudes of mental health staff regarding clients with a borderline personality disorder.
A survey of mental health staff experience, knowledge and attitudes regarding the management of clients with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder (BPD) aimed to obtain baseline data toExpand
The challenges of mental health care reform for contemporary mental health nursing practice: relationships, power and control.
  • M. Cleary
  • Medicine
  • International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 June 2003
This ethnographic investigation was concerned with the way mental health nurses' construct their practice in an acute inpatient psychiatric unit in light of the current challenges, demands andExpand
Psychosocial interventions for people with both severe mental illness and substance misuse.
TLDR
There was no consistent evidence to support any one psychosocial treatment over another and more quality trials are required that adhere to proper randomization methods; use clinically valuable, reliable, and validated measurement scales; and clearly report data, including retention in treatment, relapse, and abstinence rates. Expand
Prevalence of comorbid substance use, anxiety and mood disorders in epidemiological surveys, 1990-2014: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
TLDR
The strong association between SUDs, mood and anxiety disorders is confirmed worldwide as a factor that affects the profile, course, patterns, severity and outcomes of these disorders. Expand
The realities of mental health nursing in acute inpatient environments.
  • M. Cleary
  • Medicine
  • International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 March 2004
TLDR
The findings demonstrate how the current role of acute care has resulted in nurses working in increasingly complex environments characterized by competing priorities and new demands. Expand
Mental health nurses' views of recovery within an acute setting.
TLDR
Investigation supports the view that ideas and practices associated with the recovery movement have been adopted to some degree by nurses working at the acute end of the services continuum and most saw the recovery orientation as rhetoric rather than as an appropriately resourced, coordinated, and integrated program. Expand
Nurse-Patient Interaction in Acute Adult Inpatient Mental Health Units: a Review and Synthesis of Qualitative Studies
TLDR
These studies of acute inpatient mental health units reveal that nurse communication involves interpersonal approaches and modalities that exemplify highly developed communication and personal skills designed specifically for this challenging setting. Expand
Identifying and Addressing Bullying in Nursing
TLDR
An overview of bullying, how this impacts on nursing staff, and ways to reduce bullying incidents are provided to cultivate a more positive work environment are provided. Expand
Predictive validity of the Macleod Clark Professional Identity Scale for undergraduate nursing students.
TLDR
The results support the psychometric properties of the MCPIS-9, which has a direct relationship with student retention in the nursing program. Expand
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