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What are we trying to do?

Outputs from this second blog will contribute to a report to be produced by the Foundation of Nursing Studies (www.fons.org) at the end of 2016 on the present and future work of mental health nurses. As a graduate profession, mental health nurses must now be confident enough to offer a constructive debate about their work rather than playing a limited part in policy development and service re-design. We hope the approach used in Playing our part will allow us to think differently by asking purposeful questions and sometimes we will allow ourselves to think disruptively! We want to put mental health nurses in a place where they can proactively contribute to service delivery.
This second blog is to stimulate early discussion towards developing a contemporary view of the work of mental health nurses. We wish to explore existing and further potential for working in

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