Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing / Edition 1by Noreen Cavan Frisch, Lawerence E. Frisch, Ruth A. Griffen
Pub. Date: 01/28/1998
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This textbook covers all the major areas of psychiatric nursing. Each chapter covering content of the major psychiatric conditions includes a presentation of the experiences of a client suffering from the psychiatric condition, excerpted from literature. Students can use this to better understand their clients' experiences before assessing and diagnosing their needs. This imaginative use of literature, art, and film clips makes the text come alive for readers, and increases comprehension of the psychiatric condition and its impact on clients' lives. Reflective Thinking boxes and other features encourage critical thinking, empathy, and self-awareness.
(psychiatric nursing, psychiatric/psychological theory, biopsychophysiological theory, DSM-IV diagnostic system, crisis, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, depression, mania, suicide, chemical substance abuse, personality disorders, sleep disorders, eating disorders, sexual disorders, dementia, delirium, childhood disorders, violence or abuse, psychotherapy)
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Table of ContentsFOUNDATIONS FOR PRACTICE: Through the Door: Your First Day in Psychiatric Nursing. Psychiatric Nursing: The Evolution of a Specialty. Theory and Neuroscience as Basis for Practice. Diagnostic Systems for Psychiatric Nursing. Tools of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing: Communication, Nursing Process, and the Nurse-Client Relationship. Cultural and Ethnic Considerations. Epidemiology of Mental Health and Illness. Ethical and Legall Bases for Care. CLIENTS WITH PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERs : The Client Undergoing Crisis. The Client Experiencing Anxiety. The Client Experiencing Schizophrenia. The Client Experiencing Depression. The Client Experiencing Mania. The Client Who is Suicidal. The Client Who Abuses Chemical Substances. The Client With a Personality Disorder. The Client Experiencing a Psychosomatic Illness. The Client With Disorders of Self Regulation ( Sleep Disorders, Eating Disorders, Sexual Disorders). SPECIAL POPULATIONS: The Physically Ill Client Experiencing Emotional Distress. Forgotten Populations: The Homeless and the Incarcerated. The Child. The Adolescent. The Elderly. Survivors of Violence or Abuse. NURSING INTERVENTIONS AND TREATMENT MODALITIES: Pharmacology in Psychiatric Care. Individual Psychotherapy. Family Therapy. Group Therapy. Community Mental Health Nursing. Complementary and Somatic Therapies. CARING FOR THE NURSE: Self Care Modalities. Friday Night at the Movies. APPENDICES: Appendix A Standards of Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nursing Practice. Appendix B Canadian Standards of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Practice. Appendix C DSM-IV Classification. Appendix D NANDA Approved Nursing Diagnoses. Appendix ECritical Pathway for a Client Experiencing Depression. Appendix F Psychological Tests in Common Use. GLOSSARY. INDEX.
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