Publisher: Manchester University Press
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 23 mm
'This book is an enjoyable read and of interest to professional and history scholars as well as health professionals, students and others interested in critical perspectives on mental health work.'
Geertje Boschma, University of British Columbia
'It is encouraging to see works like this begin to fill out the scanty literature on mental health nursing history, and hopefully this will inform future research in this undervalued area.'
Philippa Martyr, University of Western Australia, Health and History 18/2
'This is an important book, and a timely reminder that, in spite of setting or of policy, those who work on the front line of patient care are the ones who often have the biggest impact on patient experience. Within the caring relationship, the patient and the nursing staff are inextricably bound, and this volume allows us to further understand the intricacies involved in this important, complex relationship.'
H-Net Reviews, April 2018
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