professionals awareness of the Community Psychiatric Nursing Team in Stockport.

by Colin McPartland

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Community Psychiatric Nursing involves the extension of care by trained psychiatric nurses to the community. It is a comparatively recent development which has became very prominent in Britain in the last ten years. 1 I PART Overview of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Cecelia M.

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