9781401856441

Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing

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  • ISBN13:

    9781401856441

  • ISBN10:

    1401856446

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 8/5/2005
  • Publisher: CENGAGE Delmar Learning
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Summary

Building knowledge and fostering empathy simultaneously, no other book captures nursing care for patients with psychiatric disorders quite like Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. The distinctive approach of this text is unrivaled, as it utilizes excerpts from literature, movie clips, and classic art to convey actual experiences of clients with psychiatric disorders. The scientific basis of disease is presented for a thorough collection of conditions and disorder types, such as anxiety, depression, mania, and schizophrenia; as well as therapeutic and pharmacological interventions for the people experiencing them. Special consideration is also provided for the suicidal client, the client who abuses chemical substances, and survivors of violence or abuse. Comprehensive in scope and unique in delivery, this title presents the reality of psychiatric nursing care.

Table of Contents

Through the doorp. 3
Psychiatric nursingp. 13
Theory as a basis for practicep. 25
Neuroscience as a basis for practicep. 55
Diagnostic systems for psychiatric nursingp. 71
Tools of psychiatric mental health nursingp. 89
Cultural and ethnic considerationsp. 105
Epidemiology of mental health and illnessp. 119
Ethical and legal bases for carep. 129
Self-care for the nursep. 145
The client undergoing crisisp. 163
The client experiencing anxietyp. 189
The client experiencing schizophreniap. 227
The client experiencing depressionp. 259
The client experiencing maniap. 297
The client who is suicidalp. 329
The client who abuses chemical substancesp. 361
The client with a personality disorderp. 397
The client experiencing a somatoform, factitious, or dissociative disorderp. 437
The client with disorders of self-regulationp. 463
The physically ill client experiencing emotional distressp. 503
Forgotten populationsp. 525
The childp. 541
The adolescentp. 571
The elderlyp. 597
Survivors of violence or abusep. 637
Pharmacology in psychiatric carep. 681
Individual psychotherapyp. 715
Family therapyp. 729
Group therapyp. 757
Community mental health nursingp. 771
Complementary and somatic therapiesp. 785
Friday night at the moviesp. 801
Journey on the information highway : how to use the Internet to get helpful information on psychiatric mental health nursingp. 821
Standards of psychiatric-mental health clinical nursing practicep. 839
Canadian standards of psychiatric and mental health nursing practice, second editionp. 841
DSM-IV-TR classificationp. 846
NANDA nursing diagnoses 2005-2006p. 855
Nursing outcomes classifications (NOC)p. 857
Nursing interventions classifications (NIC)p. 861
Critical pathway for a client experiencing depressionp. 866
Psychological tests in common usep. 876
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