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Author Jones, Jeffrey S. (Jeffrey Schwab)

Title Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing : an Interpersonal Approach.

Imprint New York : Springer Pub. Co., 2012.


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 Axe EBSCO Clinical Nursing E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (699 pages)
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Contents Cover; Halftitle; Titlepage; Copyright; Dedication; Contributors; Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing; Brief Contents; Contents; Foreword; Preface; I: The practice of psychiatric-mental health nursing; 1: Mental health trends and the historical role of the psychiatric-mental health nurse; 2: Interpersonal relationships: the cornerstone of psychiatric nursing; 3: Therapeutic use of self and therapeutic communication: from self-discovery to interpersonal skill integration; 4: Boundary management; II: Health promotion and illness prevention.
5: Critical thinking, clinical decision making, and the interpersonal relationship6: Crisis and crisis intervention; 7: Psychiatric case management; 8: Known risk factors for prevalent mental illness and nursing interventions for prevention; 9: Systems concepts and working in groups; 10: Theories of mental health and illness: psychodynamic, social, cognitive, behavioral, humanistic, and biological influences; III: Acute and chronic illness; 11: Thought disorders; 12: Affective disorders; 13: Anxiety disorders; 14: Personality disorders; 15: Addictive disorders; 16: Cognitive disorders.
17: Impulse control disorders18: Sexual disorders and dysfunctions; 19: Eating disorders; 20: Psychological problems of physically ill persons; IV: Growth and development and mental health concerns across the life span; 21: Working with children; 22: Mental health concerns regarding adolescents; 23: Issues specific to the elderly; 24: Victims and victimizers; V: Mental health care settings; 25: Psychiatric-mental health nursing across the continuum of care; 26: Vulnerable populations and the role of the forensic nurse.
VI: Cultural, ethical, legal, and professional aspects of mental health care27: Cultural, ethnic, and spiritual concepts; 28: Ethical and legal principles; 29: Policy, policy making, and politics for professional psychiatric nurses; Appendix: Nanda-i nursing diagnoses 2009-2011; Glossary; Nclex review; Nclex review questions; Answers to nclex review questions; Index.
Summary This psychiatric-mental health undergraduate textbook emphasizes interpersonal relations as the foundation for practice in nursing. It provides a historical overview of the profession, and guides the student through the essential phases of self-discovery necessary to integrate interpersonal nursing theory into practice with various psychiatric populations. The book presents content designed to foster self-growth, including the importance of boundary management, in preparation for work with clients. Psychodynamic frames of reference and current neurobiological information underpinning practice.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language English.
Subject Psychiatric nursing -- Textbooks.
Psychiatric Nursing.
Mental Disorders -- nursing.
Nurse-Patient Relations.
MEDICAL -- Nursing -- Mental Health.
MEDICAL -- Nursing -- Psychiatric.
Psychiatric nursing. (OCoLC)fst01081110
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Textbooks. (OCoLC)fst01423863
Added Author Fitzpatrick, Joyce J., 1944-
Rogers, Vickie L.
Other Form: Print version: Jones, Jeffrey. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing : An Interpersonal Approach. New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2012 9780826105639
ISBN 9780826105646

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