Publications and Position Papers

October 2017: Response to the Health Select Committee’s Nursing Workforce Inquiry

MHNAUK’s response can be found under the written evidence section of the inquiry website

September 2017: Response to the ‘Initial decisions on the Research Excellence Framework 2021’ document

MHNAUK’s response to the REF2021 intitial decisions document is available adobe_pdf_file_icon_24x24 here. Thanks to Mary Chambers for coordinating and compiling.

September 2017: Response to ‘The future of the mental health workforce’ report

MHNAUK’s reponse the Centre for Mental Health’s recent report is available adobe_pdf_file_icon_24x24 here. Thanks to John Baker and Mary Chambers for their contributions.

September 2017: Formal response to the NMC standards review

MHNAUK has submitted its formal response regarding the NMC’s Review of its Pre-registration Nursing Standards. Thanks to Anne Felton for compiling adobe_pdf_file_icon_24x24 our NMC response.

April 2017: Response to NHS Improvement Safe, sustainable and productive staffing in mental health services resource

MHNAUK has submitted and published this adobe_pdf_file_icon_24x24 response to NHS Improvement’s Safe, sustainable and productive staffing in mental health services resource.

October 2016: Position Paper on the Future of Mental Health Nursing

In response to the NMC’s Review of its Pre-registration Nursing Standards  and the Willis Review of Nursing in England, MHNAUK has published a adobe_pdf_file_icon_24x24 Position Paper on the Future of Mental Health Nursing.

February 2016: MHNAUK Editorial on Safe Staffing

On behalf of MHNAUK, Prof john Baker and Prof Steven Pryjmachuk have written an editorial on safe staffing in mental health areas for the Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.

October 2015: MHNAUK Commentary on Shape of Caring

Dr Michael Coffey, immediate past Chair of MHNAUK, Prof Steven Pryjmachuk, Vice Chair of MHNAUK, and Prof Joy Duxbury, Chair of MHNAUK have published a commentary on  Lord Willis’  Shape of Caring Review in the Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.

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