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BACKGROUND The emergence of validated means to determine which individuals will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following a traumatic event has raised the possibility of designing and… (More)
The effects of the Asian tsunami that struck on December 26 were all too obvious. More than 250,000 people lost their lives, many towns and villages were destroyed and survivors face health problems… (More)
Asylum seekers can present with a wide range of psychological problems caused by traumatic experiences in the country they have fled. They may also experience adjustment problems in the host country.… (More)
work in a dedicated asylum seeker mental health service. Like many other areas of the health service, it is becoming increasingly nurse led, and this places unexpected pressures on nurses.
Accurate data on ethnic minority patients in mental health settings is scarce. Steve Maddern argues the case for more effective data collection to improve care planning and equity.
Much attention has been given to the plight of the people in Iraq during the current crisis. However, there is another group of people in the UK who will be suffering because of the conflict, but as… (More)
A jet-setting lifestyle and nursing may seem incompatible. But there are a number of opportunities for UK nurses to travel to expand their knowledge, including exchange visits between individual NHS… (More)