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Rights, Relationships and Recovery: The Report of the National Review of Mental Health Nursing in Scotland

DescriptionNational Review of Mental Health nursing in Scotland
ISBN0-7559-4974-9
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateApril 18, 2006

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Contents

1 Forewords and Key Messages
Foreword by the Deputy Minister for Health and Community Care
Foreword by the Chief Nursing Officer
Foreword by the Service User and Carer Reference Group and the Practitioner Reference Group
Our Key Messages

2 Context and process
Introduction
How the review was conducted
Project Steering and Reference Groups
Review methodology and process
The context of the review
Mental health nursing in Scotland
The mental health policy context
Other professional reviews - common messages and shared opportunities

3 Culture and values - strengthening the climate for care
Rights, principles and values-based practice
Recovery, relationships and models for practice

4 Practice and services - understanding the issues and planning for the future
Matching the contribution of mental health nursing to service tiers, service development and community need
Developing and enhancing the role and capability of mental health nursing in acute inpatient, crisis care and intensive home treatment services
Enhancing capability in services for people with complex long-term health problems and older people
Developing capability in anticipatory care, prevention and early intervention
Enhancing capability in health improvement, health promotion and tackling inequalities
Enhancing capability in increasing access to psychosocial interventions and psychological therapies
Enhancing capability in nurse prescribing

5 Education and development - preparing for the future
Pre-registration preparation
Health care support worker staff development
Development of newly qualified nurses
Leadership in mental health nursing
Continuing professional development ( CPD)
Support for nurses in remote and rural areas and isolated situations
Research culture and capability in mental health nursing
Enhancing the mental health nursing learning climate

6 References and Appendices
References
Appendix I - Associated initiatives
Appendix II - Project Support, Steering and Reference Groups
Appendix III - Literature review synthesis and recommendations
Appendix IV - Role focus, capabilities and contribution of mental health nursing to service delivery in relation to service tier and community and population needs