Perceptions of ward atmosphere: a case study of four Jordanian mental health facilitiesFaculty of Science, Medicine and Health - Papers
AbstractThe ward atmosphere of a mental health inpatient facility has been found to have an impact on clients' behaviour and treatment outcomes. Ward atmosphere is pervasive; it can make the difference for a positive experience for a client and also a positive day at work for mental health nurses.
Citation InformationAhmad Al-Sagarat, Patrick A Crookes and Lorna Moxham. "Perceptions of ward atmosphere: a case study of four Jordanian mental health facilities" (2012)
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