A History of Mental Health Nursing

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9780748737215: A History of Mental Health Nursing

This book takes the reader through the history of how mental health patients have been treated, from 'keper' to 'mental health nurse'. It is result of Peter Nolan's research, observations and talks with hundreds of people, from mental health patients and their families to nurses past and present.

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