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Nursing, psychiatry, mental health, psychology, registered nurse, education

K Gournay, L Denford, A M Parr, R Newell
BACKGROUND: The National Service Framework for Mental Health has emphasized the need to prioritize the provision of cognitive behaviour therapy as the central evidence-based non-pharmacological intervention for mental health problems. For 25 years one programme (English National Board Course No. 650--Diploma in Behavioural Cognitive Therapy, formerly called Nursing in Behavioural Psychotherapy) has trained nurses in such methods. This is the only programme in nursing which qualifies graduates to be fully certified as a cognitive behaviour therapist by the British Association of Behavioural Psychotherapy and by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy...
August 2000: Journal of Advanced Nursing
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