Gillian Reddington, who is a charge nurse, psychiatry liaison within NHS Lanarkshire and currently one of our MSc Mental Health Practice Postgraduate students has just had a paper published in the Mental Health Practice Journal.
Her article which is about the use of positive risk-taking in clinical practice aims to highlight the limitations and make recommendations about how risk-taking could shape future practice in mental health services. To read more, go to http://journals.rcni.com/doi/abs/10.7748/mhp.2017.e1183
The full reference is Reddington, G. (2017) The case for positive risk-taking to promote recovery. Mental Health Practice. Vol.20 (7), pp.29-32.