British Journal of Mental Health Nursing
British Journal of Mental Health Nursing is the quarterly peer-reviewed journal for mental health professionals that delivers analysis, commentary and clinical reviews on topics central to the practice of mental health nursing.
British Journal of Mental Health Nursing promotes excellence across the full spectrum of mental health nursing, including areas such as CAMHS, forensic, and hospital and community nursing, in both the NHS and independent sectors. The journal’s contributors include prominent authorities in the profession, and the editorial board brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area of mental health and wellbeing. BJMHN supports clinical best practice, and provides a forum for debate on the latest policy initiatives and their impact on practice.
The journal explores common mental health problems and the issues affecting them through practical, evidence-based reviews and analysis.