NAPICU Journal Editorials 2005 – 2020 Please find below links to the editorials for our NAPICU Journal Publications 2005 -2020 September 2020 – Acute mental health care during a pandemic: problems and progress April 2020 – NAPICU Guidance: Introducing COVID-19 and acute disturbance September 2019- PICUs problems and progress: what matters? April 2019 – Restrictive Interventions and Seclusion September 2018 – Multidisciplinary management of acute disturbance. April 2018 – Searching for contraband and finding answers in a PICU. September 2017 – Seclusion What’s in a name? April 2017 – Leaving Europe and leaving home for an out of area PICU bed who’s really paying the price. September 2016 – The PICU personality without disorder. April 2016 – Funding for mental health care. August 2014 – Mechanical restraint and seclusion earning a place at the debating table. April 2014 – Acute mental health care; lessons from opera and Iceland August 2013 – Behind the Locked Door April 2013 – Clusters garlands or bouquets? August 2012 – Responding to acute crisis ways and means. April 2012 – Hard times in low security and psychiatric intensive care. December 2011 – Risk assessment reflection and future. December 2010 – Profiling medium secure psychiatric intensive care unit patients. June 2010 – Will Bradley lead us to New Horizons? December 2009 – Suicide, mental disorder and responsibility. June 2009 – Mechanical restraint – A philosophy of man, a philosophy of care, or no philosophy at all. December 2008 – UK low secure units in the spotlight. June 2007 – Psychiatric Intensive Care – What’s in a name. July 2007 – Care pathways to acute care and the future of Psychiatric Intensive Care Units – How the dominoes line up and what makes them fall. December 2006 – Focusing on relationship – is there room for another paradigm in Psychiatric Intensive Care. June 2006 – Integration and specialism complementary not contradictory. December 2005 – Informal patients in secure wards restriction of movement or liberty. September 2005 – Psychiatric intensive care and low secure units past, present and future – introducing the Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care.