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District nurses' involvement in mental health interventions: An exploratory study in one English county
Lee S, Knight D
School of Nursing and Midwifery (UK)

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2007: 2

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Lee S, Knight D. District nurses' involvement in mental health interventions: An exploratory study in one English country. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2007; 2. Disponible en: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n2/013.php> Consultado el 17 de Agosto del 2022

 

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This paper reports on district nurses' (DNs) involvement in mental health interventions in one county in England. A survey design was employed. Seventy nine questionnaires were sent and a response rate of 58.2% was achieved. Descriptive analysis was carried out using SPSS.
The DNs reported encountering wide ranging mental health issues and interventions in practice. Dementia, anxiety and depression feature highly in the DNs� contacts in the previous 4 weeks prior to the survey. Over half (55%) of the respondents had reported involvement in bereavement counselling. 28% and 23% of DNs reported encountering anxiety management and; problem solving and alcohol advice respectively. A large proportion reported no involvement in mental health interventions.
Amongst the psychiatric professionals, DNs tended to have most frequent contacts with social workers. General Practitioners (GPs) were the most likely person to whom DNs made referrals; followed by Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPNs). Despite the apparent awareness of the values of psycho-social interventions, DNs were equally influenced by the medical model of treatment. In order to realise the potential of the contribution of DNs in mental health interventions, there is a need for primary care teams to foster a closer working relationship with mental health specialist services.
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