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Mental health nursing

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Mental health nursing

Awarded by Kingston University

Mental health nurses use a wide range of skills and expertise to deliver care to people of all ages with mental health conditions such as psychosis, depression, anxiety and dementia. Mental health nursing is underpinned by the notion of ‘recovery’, and our nursing students work collaboratively with their patients to build on their strengths and manage their problems to encourage the best quality of life. Kingston and St George’s is proud to offer mental health nursing education that has won awards, and continues to deliver worthwhile research to improve practice in the UK and abroad.

Courses

Undergraduate
Postgraduate

Pre-qualifying status qualification

Post-registration course for continuing personal and professional development

Eligible to be completed on a stand-alone or continuous module-by-module basis within a five year period

Why choose us?

  • Our partnership with The South West London Recovery College offers you the opportunity to learn from and with mental health service users
  • Our mental health ward simulations received the Nursing Times Award in 2012 for ‘Innovation in Mental Health Teaching’
  • An adult insight placement will help you develop the physical health skills needed in mental health nursing

 

Employment prospects
Learning tools and facilities
Student benefits and support
Partnerships
Practice placements
Extra practice learning opportunities

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Mental health nursing news

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Kingston University and St George’s achieve 14 shortlisted entries for Student Nursing Times Awards 2016

School of Nursing shortlisted for a record number of awards celebrating excellence in studies and commitment to the healthcare profession.

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Mental health nursing team collaborates with artist Alban Low to promote awareness into this often hidden world.

Alban Low exhibited his most recent artwork from his time on the simulated mental health ward at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London.

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Mary Chambers

Mary Chambers, Professor, Mental Health Nursing and Director, Centre for Public Engagement, named expert advisor on APPG’s ‘Mental health for sustainable development’ report.

This report considers what the UK is currently doing to improve mental health globally and whether UK expertise and resources could be more effectively used to meet this challenge.

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Mental health nursing research

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Developing international online education

Professor Mary Chambers is at the forefront of the international online education and training resource ePsycheNurse.net for mental health nurses.

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Investigating service users’ adherence to medication

Interviews with mental health service users – and their caregivers – about their attitudes to medication have highlighted their difficulties with receiving effective care.

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