Here we go again. Another list of dissertation topics. This time it’s mental health dissertation topics. The last time, it was a list of nursing research titles.
After delving into mental health nursing literature for hours upon hours, I’ve created this list for students of all levels in higher education but most of these working titles will suit undergrad and master level courses better.
I’ve included a number of research subjects in this list. So you’ll hopefully find whatever you’re looking for.
Go through the list, pick the title you like, and tweak it to fit your needs before you take it to your supervisor. I have another post on psychiatric nursing dissertation topics which I believe you can find useful so don't forget to check it out.
So, here’s your list of ideas for nursing dissertation topics in mental health.
Note: You may have come to this post after searching for topics related to dementia. This post had dementia topics included before. Considering the ample need of the topics, we have made a seperate post for dissertation topics on dementia.
List of Dissertation Topics in Mental Health Nursing:
Mental health nursing care needed for women after a miscarriage- a scoping review.
A phenomenological study on the challenges for mental health nurses in communities with below-par healthcare in the UK.
Over exposure to digital devices: Mental health issues and nursing demands.
Too good to quit: Pregnancy weight gain and mental health effects on thin women.
War affected families and mental health training for nurses in the UK.
Suicidal tendencies in returning British soldiers and care strategies used by nurses.
Suicide related mental health issues and nursing challenges: Studying teenagers in Britain.
Coping with the suicide of one’s partner: Challenges for British nursing professionals.
Care for grieving friends of soldiers killed in action: War on Terror and Britain.
Double trouble: Care for people with dual mental ailments and nursing challenges.
How effective is an evidence-based practice for mental health? A grounded theory research of mental health nurses in the UK.
Mental health nurses and burnout- is there a solution?
How are mental health nurses able to show compassion and care despite burnout? A phenomenological study.
A grounded theory survey of what mental health nurses consider to better inform their practice- evidence-based literature or professional experience?
Is there a relationship between job satisfaction and nurse professional requirements in mental health practice? A qualitative investigation.
A literature-based evaluation of challenges in primary research of borderline personality disorder patients in mental health units- complications for nurses and researchers.
Training mental health nurses using standardized mental health patients- an investigation of ethical issues and challenges.
What are the key safety protocols followed by mental health nurses in the UK? A systematic literature review.
Identification of the core competencies of mental health nurses in the UK for role identification and justification of care practices- an extended literature review.
The challenges faced by mental health nurses in the differentiation of physical and mental health inpatients.
Mental health nurses’ training and competencies in screening for Intimate Partner Violence in the UK- a survey.
A grounded theory investigation of mental health nurses’ adventures in using art as a therapeutic agent during care delivery in the UK.
A systematic review of the prevalence of substance abuse among mental health nurses in the UK.
The competency requirements of nurse anaesthetists in mental health units in the UK.
The scope of mental health nurses knowledge of patients’ physical health issues in the UK- a review.
The challenges faced by mental health nurses in managing patients with a borderline personality disorder- what does literature show?
A primary exploration of the key issues of mental health patients in intensive care units- a grounded theory research of nurses and patient perspectives in the UK.
Nurses’ knowledge of and attitudes towards people with self-harm tendencies in the mental health unit in the UK- synthesis of current literature.
How do mental health nurses establish boundaries for intimacy and sexual connection with emotionally disturbed patients in the UK? A qualitative survey.
A cross-sectional survey for the key reasons for mental health nurses shortages in the UK.
The conscious commitment of professional educational institutions to train mental health nurses for an effective workforce in the UK- a review.
What motivates mental health nurses to care for patients? A phenomenological study.
Dual relationships and mental health nurses- synthesis of the literature.
To what extent does a personal experience of mental illness motivate nurses to care for psychiatric patients? A primary investigation.
How do mental health nurses in the UK view euthanasia? A qualitative recount of witness to mental suffering and impact on euthanasia beliefs.
The prevalence and issues related to mental health nurse subscribing in the UK- a review.
The core competencies of mental health nurses enabling suicide risk assessment among psychiatric patients in the UK- an extended literature review.
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