Editorial COVID-19: will you as a mental health nurse get vaccinated?

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Brimblecombe, N. (2021). Editorial COVID-19: will you as a mental health nurse get vaccinated? Mental Health Practice. 24, p. 3. https://doi.org/10.7748/mhp.24.1.5.s1
AuthorsBrimblecombe, N.
Abstract

COVID-19: will you as a mental health nurse get vaccinated?
The availability of effective immunisations is being hailed as the light at the end of the tunnel, finally enabling the world to emerge from the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will mental health nurses grasp this opportunity to protect themselves, their families and their patients?

KeywordsCOVID; mental health nursing; immunisation; health promotion
Year2021
JournalMental Health Practice
Journal citation24, p. 3
PublisherRCN Publishing (RCNi)
ISSN1465-8720
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.7748/mhp.24.1.5.s1
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Online07 Jan 2021
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Accepted08 Dec 2020
Deposited03 Mar 2021
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