Patrick Hopkinson
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6Publications
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48Citations
Publications 7
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#1Patrick HopkinsonH-Index: 3
#2Andrew VoyceH-Index: 2
Last. Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
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Mental health professionals often move across services in the National Health Service (NHS) as a result of organizational change. However, little is known about the impact this has on people who are in receipt of psychiatric services (service users). We conducted an exploratory qualitative study into the experiences of service users under a community mental health team following a service restructure. Nine service users took part in face-to-face interviews, which were subsequently analysed follo...
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#1Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
#2Patrick HopkinsonH-Index: 3
This paper takes the form of an open letter between the groupwork researcher (the first author) and a commissioning manager (the second author). The first author conducted a randomised controlled trial of a series of self-esteem workshops for staff, using quantitative methods and detailed statistical analysis. While the outcomes of this research seem clear, the individual participants and the group processes are lost in this analysis. In his reply, the second author points out some of the proble...
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#1Pamela Jacobsen (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 8
#2Patrick HopkinsonH-Index: 3
Last. Jerome CarsonH-Index: 7
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Mental health professionals often move across services in the National Health Service (NHS) as a result of organizational change. However, little is known about the impact this has on people who are in receipt of psychiatric services (service users). We conducted an exploratory qualitative study into the experiences of service users under a community mental health team following a service restructure. Nine service users took part in face-to-face interviews, which were subsequently analysed follo...
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Abstract The present paper forms part of the High Secure Psychiatric Hospitals’ Nursing Staff Stress Survey and explores the causal role of generalized and specific stress resistance resources (SRRs) in the stress process following physical assault. Confidential self-report questionnaires were administered to all nurses working in English and Scottish High Secure Psychiatric Hospitals. A total of 636 nurses responded to questionnaires on physical assault, other relevant stressors, SRRs, and psyc...
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#1Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
#2Patrick HopkinsonH-Index: 3
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#1Patrick HopkinsonH-Index: 3
#2Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
Last. John LearyH-Index: 8
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The Claybury Nursing Stress Study assessed the levels of occupational stress experienced by both ward-based and community nurses. This paper presents the results obtained from a qualitative analysis of statements made by community psychiatric nurses during a questionaire based interview. Key areas identified by CPNs as relevant to stress and coping are reported and suggestions for further, qualitative research in this area are made.
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