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New article published!

  Birkeland, S. Gildberg, F.A. 2016 Mental health nursing, mechanical restraint measures and patients’ legal rights. Vol. 2016. No. 10. pp. 8-14. The Open Nursing Journal. Short Communication Article, peer reviewed, Status: Published. Coercive mechanical restraint (MR) in psychiatry constitutes the perhaps most extensive exception from the common health law requirement for involving patients in …

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The opening of CPS 18.jan.2016

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020615 New article published on Method!

Gildberg, FA., Bradley, SK., Tingleff, EB., Hounsgaard, L. 2015. Empirically Testing Thematic Analysis (ETTA): Methodological Implications in Textual Analysis Coding System. Vol. 5 No.2. pp. 193-207. Nordic Nursing Research. – Research: Article, peer reviewed. Status: Published.   Text analysis is not a question of a right or wrong way to go about it, but a question of different …

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New article Published! As Time Goes by: Reasons and characteristics of prolonged episodes of mechanical restraint in forensic psychiatry

Gildberg, FA, Fristed, P, Makransky, G, Moeller, EH, Nielsen, LD, Bradley, SK. 2014 As Time Goes by: Reasons and characteristics of prolonged episodes of mechanical restraint in forensic psychiatry. Vol. 11, No.1, 41-50. Journal of Forensic Nursing. doi:10.1097/JFN.0000000000000055 – Research: Article, peer reviewed. Status: Published. ABSTRACT: Evidence suggests the prevalence and duration of mechanical restraint are particularly high among forensic psychiatric …

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New graduate nurses in transition: A review of transition programmes and transition experiences within mental health care

New Article in Early view: New graduate nurses in transition: A review of transition programmes and transition experiences within mental health care.    

First National Research Conference!

First National Research Conference in Mental Health Nursing, University of Southern Denmark, Odense 7 okt. 2014 See program here  

New Review accepted

Forensic psychiatric nursing: a literature review and thematic analysis of published literature on humour used in forensic mental health staff-patient interactions – Accepted for publication in Journal of Forensic Nursing

New result article published!

Result article 2013 Gildberg, F.A., Bradley, S.K., & Hounsgaard, L. 2013. Comparing the Obvious: Interactional characteristics of staff in acute mental health nursing and forensic psychiatric nursing Vol 2013, no 12, pp. 205-214. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. Forskning: Artikel, peer reviewed. Status: Published.   This article reports on and compares two separate studies of …

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JCPR New page on f-p-n

Welcome to Journal Club Psychiatric Research (JCPR) This page displays the members of JCPR in order for you to get involved or simply contact club members by using the contact form. You can read about the purpose of this journal club by clicking here! (not available at this moment)   Have a look by clicking …

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Comparing the Obvious

New article accepted for publication: Gildberg, F.A., Bradley, S.K., & Hounsgaard, L. 2013. Comparing the Obvious: Interactional characteristics of staff in acute mental health nursing and forensic psychiatric nursing – International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. Accepted.