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New Results!

Gildberg, F., Petersen Fallesen, J., Vogn, D., Baker, J. & Fluttert, F., 2021. Conflict management: A qualitative study of mental health staff’s perceptions of factors that may influence conflicts with forensic mental health inpatients. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 10.1016/j.apnu.2021.06.007 Status: Published

Training School DK

PRICE?3.500.- DKK Per. Danish student – for a 3 day program with the leading experts within risk factors for coercion in mental health services. (Hotel Room is NOT included in the price). WHAT?The Training School will be held in Middelfart Denmark or online (due to COVID-19) on the 20th-24th of September 2021 and will focus on risk …

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What about the new Danish professor?

New Textbook on Mental Health Nursing out now!

New Danish Textbook on Mental Health Nursing out!

Participating in EU COST CA19133

FOSTREN is an Action designed to establish a sustainable, multidisciplinary network of researchers and practitioners focused on reducing the degree to which mental health services use coercion in hospital and community mental health services. Many people receiving mental health care are subjected to coercive practices such as outpatient commitment in the community and physical restraint in …

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Article Accepted!

Villadsen, DB., Sørensen, MT., Gildberg, FA. 2020. Do healthcare professionals face oral suffering? Klinisk Sygepleje. Status: Accepted

Article Accepted!

Christensen, LF., Hansen, JP., Nielsen, CT., Gildberg, FA. 2020. A qualitative study of patients’ and providers’ experiences with the use of videoconferences by older adults with depression. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Status: Accepted  

CPS afholder Seminar!

Hen programmet HER

Accepted: Health behaviours of forensic mental health service users, in relation to smoking, alcohol consumption, dietary behaviours and physical activity

Petersen, ALW., Hjorth, P., Andersen, K., Gildberg, FA. 2020. Title: Health behaviours of forensic mental health service users, in relation to smoking, alcohol consumption, dietary behaviours and physical activity – A mixed methods systematic review. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Status: Accepted