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Books

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker P (2005) The Tidal Model: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals. London and New York, Brunner-Routledge

Brookes N (2005)  Phil Barker: The Tidal Model of Recovery and Reclamation. In AM Tomey & MR Alligood (Eds) Nursing Theorists and Their Work (6th Edition) St Louis: Mosby

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The Second Edition of Phil Barker's Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing: The Craft of Caring is now available

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Papers

Barker P (1996) Chaos and the Way of Zen: Psychiatric nursing and the uncertainty principle. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 3, 235-244

Barker P (1997) A meta-theory of nursing practice. Mental Health Practice 1(4) 18-21

Barker P (1998) Its time to turn the tide. Nursing Times 94(46) 70-72

Barker P (2000) Turning the tide. Open Mind 106 Nov/Dec

Barker P, Leamy M and Stevenson C (2000)  The philosophy of empowerment. Mental Health Nursing 20 (9) 8-12

Barker P (2000) The Tidal Model of mental health care: personal caring within the chaos paradigm. Mental Health Care 4(2) 59-63

Barker P (2000) The Tidal Model: The lived experience in person-centred mental health care. Nursing Philosophy 2 (3) 213-223

Barker P (2001) The Tidal Model: Developing an empowering, person-centred approach to recovery within psychiatric and mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 8(3) 233-40

Barker P (2001) The Tidal Model: A radical approach to person-centred care.  Perspectives in Psychiatric Care. 37(2)

Barker P (2002) The Tidal Model: The healing potential of metaphor within the patient's narrative. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing 40 (7) 42-50

Barker P (2003) The Tidal Model: Psychiatric Colonisation, recovery and the paradigm shift in mental health care. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 12.

Barker P (2003) Putting acute care in its place. Mental Health Nursing 23 (1) 12-15

Barker P (2004) Uncommon sense: The Tidal Model of mental health recovery New Therapist 33 (Sept/Oct) 14-19

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker (2001) Apologising for our colonial past. Openmind 112 Nov/Dec p 10

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker P (2003) Death by assimilation. Asylum 13 (3) 10-13

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker P (2003) Beyond empowerment: revering the storyteller Mental Health Practice 7 (5) 18-20

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker P (2004) Bridging: Talking meaningfully about the care of people at risk Mental Health Practice 8 3 12-16

Barker P and Buchanan-Barker P (2004) Caring as craft. Nursing Standard 19 (9) 1718

Barker P, Jackson S and Stevenson C (1999) The need for psychiatric nursing: Towards a multidimensional theory of caring.  Nursing Inquiry 6, 103-111

Berger J L (2006) Incorporation of the Tidal Model into the interdisciplinary plan of care - a program quality improvement project. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 13(4) 464-67

Brookes N Murata L and Tansey M (2006) Guiding practice development using the Tidal Commitments. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 13 (4) 460-63

Buchanan-Barker P (2004) The Tidal Model: Uncommon sense Mental Health Nursing 24(3) 6-10

Buchanan-Barker P and Barker P (2002) Lunatic language. Openmind 115, p 23

Buchanan-Barker P and Barker P (2004) Compassion: More than a feeling Nursing Standard 19(11) 18-19

Buchanan-Barker P and Barker P (2005) Observation: The original sin of mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 12(5) 541-9

Buchanan-Barker P and Barker P (2006) The Ten Commitments: A value base for mental health recovery. Jl of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services   Vol. 44 No. 9, 29-33

Buchanan-Barker P and Barker P (2008) The Tidal Commitments: extending the value base of mental health recovery Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 15, 93100

Cook NR, Phillips BN and Sadler D (2005) The tidal model as experienced by patients and nurses in a regional forensic unit  Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 12 (5) 536-40

Fletcher E and Stevenson C (2001) Launching the Tidal model in an adult mental health programme. Nursing Standard 15 (49) 33-36

Gordon W, Morton T and Brooks G (2005) Launching the Tidal Model : Evaluating the evidence. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 12 (6) 703-12

Lafferty S and Davidson R (2006) Person-Centred Care in Practice: An account of the implementation of the Tidal Model in an adult acute admission ward in Glasgow. Mental Health Today  (March) pp 31-34

Stevenson C, Barker P and Fletcher E (2002) Judgement days: developing an evaluation for an innovative nursing model. J Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 9(3) 271-6

Stevenson C, Jackson S and Barker P (2003) Finding solutions through empowerment: a preliminary study of a solution-oriented approach to nursing in acute psychiatric settings. J Psych and Mental Health Nursing 10 (6) 688-696

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Stevenson C and Fletcher E (2002) The Tidal Model: The questions answered. Mental Health Practice 5(8) 29-37  

 

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