Nurse-patient rapport essential for mental health conditions

The relationship between young patients and their nurses could be a treatment in its own right when it comes to mental health conditions. — AFP filepic (used for illustration purposes only)

The relationships between young mental health patients and the nurses looking after them is an overlooked treatment in its own right, according to new research.

The qualitative study of eight young people, eight family members and eight nursing staff by psychologists from the University of Manchester and Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom was published on Jan 14 (2022) in journal PLOS One.

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