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|Title:||A Scottish perspective: a journey of culture, communities and politics|
|Citation:||Conlon M (2020) A Scottish perspective: a journey of culture, communities and politics. In: Brooker C & White E (eds.) Mental Health Nursing: from the outside, looking in. Cheshire: White Winstanley, pp. 121-124. https://whitewinstanley.com/MHNmonograph|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: A career of some thirty years in mental health nursing practice and education, leads one to wonder have there been advances since Barker  and Gournay , amongst others, were discussing the role and identity of mental health nurses and the ideological tussle between the art and the science of mental health nursing. As a student nurse of the late 80’s brought up on a diet of Maudsley encounter groups, punctuated with clinical practice in nurse led teams, the tussle made sense. And still does.|
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