COVID-19 and mental health nursing: what's next?

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Brimblecombe, Neil (2020). COVID-19 and mental health nursing: what's next? Mental Health Practice. 23 (4), pp. 5-5.
AuthorsBrimblecombe, Neil
Abstract

Covid-19 will have a major impact on the future of mental health nursing, changing work patterns in organisations and shifting many clinical activities away from face-to-face delivery. Mental health nursing's flexibility will enable us to respond positively and imaginatively to new challenges.

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KeywordsCovid-19; future of nursing
Year2020
JournalMental Health Practice
Journal citation23 (4), pp. 5-5
PublisherRCN Publishing
ISSN1465-8720
Web address (URL)https://rcni.com/mental-health-practice
Publication dates
Print29 Jun 2020
Online29 Jun 2020
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Accepted28 Jun 2020
Deposited03 Jul 2020
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