Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice / Edition 2

Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice / Edition 2

by Mary Ann Boyd
     
 

The Third Edition of this trusted learning resource is your guide to understanding the biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of mental illness -- as well as the nurse's role in assessment and care of the psychiatric client. Using the bio-psycho-social model, grounded in nursing theory and research, you'll examine the underpinnings of mental illness as… See more details below

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The Third Edition of this trusted learning resource is your guide to understanding the biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of mental illness -- as well as the nurse's role in assessment and care of the psychiatric client. Using the bio-psycho-social model, grounded in nursing theory and research, you'll examine the underpinnings of mental illness as well as today's most advanced clinical interventions. You'll quickly gain competence, develop communication skills, sharpen your diagnostic abilities, identify outcomes, and evaluate basic interventions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780781728461
Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date:
11/28/2001
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
1152
Product dimensions:
8.72(w) x 11.08(h) x 1.60(d)

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Table of Contents

Unit IThe nature of mental health and mental illness1
1Social change and mental health3
2Cultural issues related to mental health care16
3Mental health and mental illness27
4Patient rights and legal issues35
5Mental health care in the community46
Unit IIPrinciples of psychiatric nursing61
6Contemporary psychiatric nursing practice63
7Theoretic basis of psychiatric nursing74
8The biologic foundations of psychiatric nursing93
9Psychopharmacology and other biologic treatments124
Unit IIIContemporary psychiatric nursing practice171
10Communication and the therapeutic relationship173
11The assessment process189
12Diagnosis and outcomes development208
13Psychiatric-mental health nursing interventions218
14Interventions with groups233
15Family assessment and interventions246
Unit IVCare of persons with psychiatric disorders263
16Schizophrenia265
17Schizoaffective, delusional, and other psychotic disorders311
18Mood disorders333
19Anxiety disorders374
20Personality and impulse-control disorders420
21Somatoform and related disorders470
22Eating disorders492
23Substance use disorders524
Unit VChildren and adolescents565
24Mental health assessment of children and adolescents567
25Mental health promotion with children and adolescents586
26Psychiatric disorders diagnosed in childhood and adolescence603
Unit VIOlder adults643
27Mental health assessment of the elderly645
28Mental health promotion with the elderly660
29Delirium, dementias, and related disorders671
Unit VIICare of special populations709
30Care of people who are homeless and mentally ill711
31Issues in dual disorders728
32Psychosocial aspects of medically compromised persons746
Unit VIIICare challenges in psychiatric nursing769
33Stress, crisis, and disaster management771
34Management of aggression and violence802
35Caring for abused persons823
36Case finding and care in suicide : children, adolescents, and adults857
App. ADSM-IV-TR classification : axes I and II categories and codes883
App. BCanadian Standards of Psychiatricand Mental Health Nursing Practice (2nd ed.)892
App. CBrief psychiatric rating scale896
App. DNANDA nursing diagnoses (2003-2004)897
App. ESimpson-Angus rating scale899
App. FAbnormal involuntary movement scale (AIMS)901
App. GSimplified diagnoses for Tardive Dyskinesia (SD-TD)903
App. HHamilton rating scale for depression904
App. ICAGE questionnaire905
App. JSpecific defense mechanisms and coping styles906

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