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The involvement of relatives in patient care is frequently associated with 'good nursing practice'. However, according to recent literature it is a practice that is not widely adopted. The intention of this study was to ascertain the extent of relatives' involvement in caring for the elderly mentally ill, from both relatives' and nurses' perspectives.(More)
OBJECTIVES This study investigated the therapeutic alliance (TA) between clients and therapists involved in a telephone-based cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) oriented psychological intervention for individuals experiencing psychosis. DESIGN The telephone intervention involved recovery-focused CBT with use of a self-help guide and group intervention(More)
Dementia care environments are now home to thousands of people who have complex mental and physical health needs. Many of these people have lost capacity or have fluctuating capacity to make decisions about their care. There can be times when restrictive physical interventions are necessary to protect a person's wellbeing and to administer required(More)
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