A survey into student nurses' attitudes towards mental illness: implications for nurse training.

@article{Schafer2011ASI,
  title={A survey into student nurses' attitudes towards mental illness: implications for nurse training.},
  author={Tim Schafer and S. Wood and R. Williams},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          328-32
        }
}
This paper reports on a survey of attitudes to mental illness that was completed with a cohort of pre-registration nurses in 2007 in a large university in Essex. The background literature highlights the effects of attitudes on stigma, disadvantage and discrimination and presents a brief review of the literature on cultural variations in attitudes. It also briefly reviews the attitudes of health professionals to mental illness. A survey using the Community Attitudes to Mental Illness… Expand
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