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Winship, G. (1995). Nursing and Psychoanalysis — Uneasy Alliances?. Psychoanal. Psychother., 9(3):289-299.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 9(3):289-299

Nursing and Psychoanalysis — Uneasy Alliances?

Gary Winship

This paper examines the emergence of psychoanalytic ideas in nursing, tracing the history of these ideas, in particular the history of psychiatric nursing at the Maudsley Hospital since the 1950s. The development of psychoanalytically-informed nursing in the UK is compared with the developments in this field in the US. The future of psychoanalytically-informed psychiatric nursing is considered.

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