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  1. Recommended texts: 35 items
    1. A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care - Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary Woolliams 2011

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    2. A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care - Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary Woolliams, dawsonera 2011 (electronic resource)

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    3. Doing a literature review in health and social care: a practical guide - Helen Aveyard 2014

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    4. A beginner's guide to evidence-based practice in health and social care - Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp c2013

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    5. Assessment in psychiatric and mental health nursing: in search of the whole person - Philip J. Barker 2004

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    6. Psychiatric and mental health nursing: the craft of caring - Philip J. Barker 2009

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    7. Psychiatric and mental health nursing: the craft of caring - Philip J. Barker, dawsonera 2009 (electronic resource)

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    8. The tidal model: a guide for mental health professionals - Philip J. Barker, Poppy Buchanan-Barker 2005

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    9. Communication and interpersonal skills for nurses - Shirley Bach, Alec Grant 2008

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    10. Communication and interpersonal skills for nurses - Shirley Bach, Alec Grant, dawsonera 2009 (electronic resource)

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    11. Serious mental health problems in the community: policy, practice, and research - Charlie Brooker, Julie Repper c1998,1999

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    12. Mental health nursing skills - Patrick Callaghan, John Playle, Linda Cooper 2009

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    13. Fundamentals of mental health nursing 2009

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    14. Advanced practice in mental health nursing - Michael Clinton, Sioban Nelson 1999

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    15. The Royal Marsden manual of clinical nursing procedures 2015

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    16. Aggression: a nurses' guide to therapeutic management - Gerald A. Farrell, Colin Gray 1992

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    17. Psychiatry - John Geddes, Jonathan Price, Rebecca McKnight, Michael G. Gelder c2012

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    18. Cultural awareness in nursing and health care: an introductory text - Karen Holland, C. Hogg 2010

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    19. Cultural awareness in nursing and health care: an introductory text - Karen Holland, C. Hogg, EBSCOhost ebook collection 2010 (electronic resource)

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    20. Kozier & Erb's fundamentals of nursing: concepts, process, and practice - Barbara Kozier, Audrey Berman c2012

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    21. Motivational interviewing: helping people change - William R. Miller, Stephen Rollnick ©2013

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    22. Mental health nursing: an evidence based introduction 2011

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    23. Social inclusion and recovery: a model for mental health practice - Rachel Perkins, Julie Repper 2003

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    24. Motivational interviewing in health care: helping patients change behavior - Stephen Rollnick, William R. Miller, Christopher Butler 2008

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    25. Motivational interviewing in health care: helping patients change behavior - Stephen Rollnick, William R. Miller, Christopher Butler, EBSCOhost ebook collection c2008 (electronic resource)

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    26. Advocacy in health care - Kevin Teasdale 1998

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    27. Advocacy in health care - Kevin Teasdale, EBSCOhost ebook collection 1998 (electronic resource)

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    28. Psychology for nurses and the caring professions - Jan Walker 2012

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    29. Psychology for nurses and the caring professions - Jan Walker, dawsonera 2012 (electronic resource)

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    30. Current psychotherapies - Raymond J. Corsini, Danny Wedding c2005

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  2. Journals 23 items
    1. Search the University Albert Sloman Library periodic titles under ' nursing' and mental health' and there are many relevant journals i.e.

  3. Electronic Resources 15 items
    1. *The site addresses are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

       

      The student may find reference to the following sites useful – however the student should recognise that this list is not exhaustive and in all instances the student should evaluate the quality of any information retrieved.

    2. British National Formulary: BNF.org

      Webpage  BNF Online British National Formulary contains the information that you need regarding medication – dosages, side effects and contra-indications.

    3. CEBM

      Website  Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine provides useful links and tool kits.

    4. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.

      Website  The Cochrane Library provides access to high quality evidence to inform people providing and receiving care, and those responsible for research, teaching, funding and administration at all levels. Use the link to The Cochrane Collaboration below and then click on the Cochrane Library Button

    5. Department of Health - GOV.UK

      Webpage  The Department of Health produces new guidelines which are published on its web site and are listed on the “What’s New” page. The page changes almost daily.

    6. NICE | The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      Website  The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence works on behalf of the National Health Service and the people who use it. They make recommendations on treatments and care using the best available evidence.

    7. Journals and databases | Evidence Services | What we do | About | NICE

      Webpage  NICE Journal and Databases is a gateway to a large number of electronic resources to aid knowledge-based decision-making. It includes analysis of media coverage of health issues.

    8. NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries (CKS)

      Webpage  Clinical Knowledge Summaries is freely available to NHS staff, clients and the public in England through the Health Information Resources It provides a regularly updated guide to evidence on the effectiveness of care.

    9. The BMJ

      Webpage  British Medical Journal on-line. It has an impressive search engine attached and is up-to-date with the current issues of BMJ on line from the publication date.

    10. PubMed - NCBI

      Webpage  PubMed (with links to participating on-line journals), and other related databases. If you want to know whether there has been health-related research into a topic this site is always well worth checking out. It can provide referenced abstracts. Full versions of documents cited may be ordered direct (for a fee).

    11. WHO | World Health Organization

      Webpage  This site of the World Health Organization contains press releases, statistics and links to other useful international web sites.

    12. Guidance | NICE

      Webpage  The National Institute for Health & Clinical Excellence – Schizophrenia has issued its first fully commissioned clinical guideline, on the appropriate treatment and care of individuals with schizophrenia within the NHS in England and Wales

    13. Nursing Theory - School of Nursing - Clayton State University

      Webpage  Nursing Theory Link Page This page from Clayton State University contains some of the most used links to information about nursing theorists on the web. As with any material on the web, you must evaluate the validity and reliability of the information presented in the links.

    14. Schizophrenia: Key Facts

      Webpage  This site, the Royal College of Psychiatry, provides useful links to a range of resources about schizophrenia

    15. Rethink.org | Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder & Other Mental Illness Help & Information - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

      Website  Rethink is the largest severe mental illness charity in the UK, helping everyone affected by severe mental illness, including schizophrenia, to recover a better quality of life

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