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Psychiatric Nursing Revisited is a detailed and empirical study of acute mental health nursing and patient activity that joins a family of similar successful studies, such as Altschul (1972); Towell (1975); Cormack (1976, 1983); Faulkner et al (1994) and Hurst (1993, 1995). The far–ranging recommendations made by the authors, based on their findings, make this book an essential resource for all those who nurse, manage or teach in the field of psychiatric nursing.
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