Monthly Archives: May 2014

Safewards comes to Cardiff

Sadly for me I couldn’t be at Geoff Brennan‘s meet-up today with Cardiff and Value UHB mental health nurses to talk about the Safewards study and its implications. But here’s a message Geoff sent, and a fine photo, to mark … Continue reading

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Work and roles in the ECT clinic

Last Wednesday (May 14th 2014 ) I had the chance to speak at the 4th National Association of Lead Nurses in ECT (NALNECT) conference. ECT (electro-convulsive therapy) has been around since the 1930s. It’s sparingly used, typically as a treatment … Continue reading

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Mid-May catch-up post

Work on the RiSC and COCAPP studies means that, of necessity, I’ve had to let this blog site (and pretty much everything else) take something of a back seat in recent weeks. The picture on the left is a screen … Continue reading

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