Monthly Archives: April 2014

Mental health policy for nurses

Congratulations to RCN Mental Health Advisor Ian Hulatt for editing this new book, Mental health policy for nurses. This hits the shelves any day now, and I want to give it a plug via this post. Here is what the … Continue reading

Posted in Mental health, Nursing, People, Policy | Tagged | Leave a comment

Review fever

Just what we need: another review of nurse education. Yesterday the Nursing Times carried this item reporting a joint Health Education England and Nursing and Midwifery Council plan to investigate standards. The NT says: Health Education England and the Nursing … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Nursing, People, Policy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Synthesising evidence

Today, returning to this blog after something of a gap, I find reason to reflect on the many flavours of evidence review which now exist. In the RiSC project we’ve been using the EPPI-Centre approach, developed by people working at … Continue reading

Posted in Mental health, Research | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments