The role and function of the psychiatric nurse in clinical practice: a research report.
|dc.contributor.author||St Vincent's Hospital Fairview|
|dc.contributor.author||Dublin City University. School of Nursing.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Cowman, Seamus, Farrelly, Mary, Gilheaney, Patricia. 1997. The role and function of the psychiatric nurse in clinical practice: a research report. Dublin: St Vincent's Hospital Fairview and the School of Nursing. Dublin City University.||en_GB|
|dc.description||The role and function of the psychiatric nurse has experienced great change in the latter part of this century, primarily due to new directions in health policy. There is however a paucity of research and relevant documentation about the evolving role of the psychiatric nurse at this critical period in history. Research aimed at describing the current role, function and skills of the psychiatric nurse is therefore essential at this point of unprecedented change in the mental health services. In such a context this report has been prepared. The report provides an account of the findings of a nursing research project that was aimed at investigating the role and function of the psychiatric nurse within the mental health services.||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||St Vincent's Hospital Fairview and the School of Nursing Dublin City University.||en_GB|
|dc.subject||MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE||en_GB|
|dc.title||The role and function of the psychiatric nurse in clinical practice: a research report.||en_GB|