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The interpretation and application of due regard in pre-registration nursing programmes: a Scottish perspective

Journal Article
Pollard, M., Scott, J. A., Pollock, C., Conlon, M. M. M., & Millar, L. (2015)
The interpretation and application of due regard in pre-registration nursing programmes: a Scottish perspective. Nursing Standard,
No abstract available.

Exploring the compatibility of mental health nursing, recovery focused practice and the welfare state.

Journal Article
Conlon, M. M. M., Ariyaratnam, M. I., Brennan, G. K., Bush, C. J., & Owtram, R. (2015)
Exploring the compatibility of mental health nursing, recovery focused practice and the welfare state. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 22(5), 337-343. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12222
This discussion paper considers the implications for mental health nursing practice when working alongside individuals in receipt of state benefits. There is arguably a profou...

Myths and mysteries of mental health: An interagency collaboration.

Journal Article
Conlon, M. M. M. (2013)
Myths and mysteries of mental health: An interagency collaboration. Nurse Education in Practice. 14, 422-426. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2014.01.001. ISSN 1471-5953
This paper explores a practice learning collaboration between a group of undergraduate mental health nurses (N=12) and second year high school pupils,(age 13/14 years old).. A...

Interaction analysis: a therapeutic tool

Journal Article
Conlon, M. M. (1995)
Interaction analysis: a therapeutic tool. British Journal of Nursing (1), 4(21), 1269-1270. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.1995.4.21.1269
This short interaction has been selected as being representative of a generic psychiatric nurse's caseload practice. The aim of the exercise is to allow the practitioner to re...