Nursing leadership in response to the COVID-19 crisis in an Irish independent mental health service

Published on May 5, 2021in British Journal of Mental Health Nursing
· DOI :10.12968/BJMH.2020.0044
Shane Kirwan (CMHS: Mental Health Services), Paddy Cunningham (CMHS: Mental Health Services)+ 2 AuthorsJohn Creedon (CMHS: Mental Health Services)
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Mental health nurses have been at the forefront of adjusting practice during the COVID-19 pandemic through novel means, including the delivery of technology-mediated interventions, upskilling on in...
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