All Stories

  1. LGBTQ+ people and their experiences of midwifery care
  2. LGBTQ+ Psychosocial Concerns in Nursing and Midwifery Education Programmes: Qualitative Findings from a Mixed-Methods Study
  3. Psychological Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health Nurses
  4. LGBTQ+ People in Prison and Their Psychosocial Needs: A Systematic Review
  5. Experiences of fathers regarding the diagnosis of their child with autism spectrum disorder: A narrative review of the international research
  6. Psychosocial needs of trans and non-binary people
  7. LGBTQ+ Special Edition—Journal of Nursing Management
  8. LGBT + young people’s perceptions of barriers to accessing mental health services in Ireland
  9. “Stuck between a Rock and a Hard Place”: How Mental Health Nurses’ Experience Psychosocial interventions in Irish Mental Health Care Settings
  10. Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) Programmes for People with Intellectual Disabilities
  11. Homeless experiences and support needs of transgender people
  12. Homelessness and people with intellectual disabilities
  13. Bisexual people and their distinct psychosocial support needs
  14. Transgender people’s experiences of mental health services in Ireland
  15. Including LGBTI+ people's health needs within nursing education
  16. Fathers views and experiences of their child's intellectual and developmental disability (IDD).
  17. Experiences and health needs of bisexual people
  18. Identifying the mental health needs and concerns of lesbians
  19. LGBT+ young people: religion, spirituality and mental health
  20. Experiences of fathers of children with intellectual disabilities: systematic review
  21. Exploring mental health issues through the use of blogs
  22. An online education program for families of trans young people
  23. Psychosocial concerns and needs of LGBT+ people
  24. Mental health needs of LGBTQ+ older people
  25. Emergency department nurses and mental health patients
  26. LGBTI Happiness and Mental Health
  27. Families, sexuality and people with intellectual disabilities
  28. Relationship and sex education (RSE) programmes and people with intellectual disabilities
  29. Education program for families of trans young people
  30. Youths with asthma and self-management education
  31. Student experiences of family interventions training
  32. LGBTQ+ youth homelessness
  33. Sexuality and intimacy among people with serious mental illness
  34. LGBT+ health education and training
  35. Sexuality issues and adults with intellectual disabilities
  36. Sexuality and intimacy among people with serious mental illness proposal
  37. Education needs of families of transgender young people
  38. Vulnerability and people who identify as transgender.
  39. Introduction of Guest Editor Edward McCann, PhD, RN, RPN
  40. Mediated pathways, negotiated identities.
  41. Health needs of trans youth
  42. Discrimination and transgender people
  43. Psychosis as a barrier to expressing sexuality and intimacy
  44. Madness in the movies
  45. People with intellectual disabilities who identify as LGBT: A review
  46. Sexual health, relationships and mental health
  47. Mental Health Needs of People Who Identify as Transgender
  48. Anorexia Nervosa: Parent’s Views and Experiences
  49. Sexual health promotion and capacity building
  50. Physical activity and serious mental illness
  51. The healthcare needs of older people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
  52. People who identify as transgender: mental health concerns
  53. Improving mental health services for LGBT people in Ireland
  54. Sexual safety and severe mental illness
  55. Mental health and LGBT older people
  56. LGBT people's experiences of mental health services in Ireland
  57. Education programs for mental health professionals
  58. Service user involvement in mental health practitioner education in Ireland
  59. The sexual and relationship needs of people who experience psychosis
  60. Investigating mental health service user views regarding sexual and relationship issues
  61. Experiences of receiving depot injections
  62. Brief cognitive-behavioural therapy reduces hospital readmission
  63. Cognitive behavioural interventions and inpatients
  64. Sexual and relationship possibilities and people with psychosis
  65. Psychiatric intensive care units
  66. Safe mental health wards
  67. Psychosocial interventions and psychosis
  68. Expression of sexuality in people with psychosis
  69. The sexual and relationship needs of people with psychosis