ISBN-10:
0838501818
ISBN-13:
9780838501818
Pub. Date:
07/28/1997
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing / Edition 1

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780838501818
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date: 07/28/1997
Pages: 515
Product dimensions: 7.05(w) x 9.26(h) x 1.01(d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION:

The Pros and Cons of Merging the CNS and NP Roles in advanced Psychiatric Nursing,Suzanne Lego and Linda Chafetz, Gerri Collins Bride.

I. ADVANCED PRACTICE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.

1. Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses' Historical Influences on Today's Education and Practice, Shirley Smoyak and E. Wendy Skiba-King.
2. Advancing Psychiatric Nursing in a Reforming health care System, Margaret Cotroneo, Freida H. Outlaw, Joan K.King, Jeanne Brince.
3. The Role of Conceptual Models and Therapeutic Modalities in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice, Jacqueline Fawcett.
4. Integrating Mental Health in Nurse-Managed Rehabilitation Program for Older Adults, Johanna Yurkow, Lois K. Evans, Ina Cochran, and Lilli Ann Cieseilski.
5. Midwives and Psychiatric Nurses Collaborate, Beth V. Cole, Marcia Scovill, and Linda Flynn.
6. Case Management for Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing, Kathleen M. Andolina.
7. Psychiatric Home Health Services, Verna B. Carson.
8. Legal Issues in Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing, Joyce K. Laben and Beatrice C. Yorker.

II. CONCEPTS AND INTERVENTIONS.

9. The Psychiatric Nursing Interview, Ann W. Burgess.
10. Psychodynamic Case Formulation: Synthesizing Assessment and Planning Treatment, Ann W. Burgress and Carol R. Hartman.
11. Transference and Countertransference, CarolR. Hartman.
12. Trauma and Memory: Clinical and Legal Understanding of Traumatic Amnesia,Charles L. Whitfield.
13. Brief Individual Psychotherapies, Susan H. McCrone.
14. Treating Substance Abuse in Family Therapy, Linda S. Cook.
15. Cognitive Therapy in advanced Nursing Practice, Arthur Freeman and M. Jane Yates.
16. Liaison Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Lenore H. Kurlowicz.
17. Assessment Measures for Abused Women, Albert R. Roberts and Patricia Petretic-Jackson.
18. Assessment of Abused Children, Joann H. Grayson.

III. VULNERABLE POPULATIONS.

19. Issues in the Care of Adolescent Clients, Wanda K. Mohr.
20. Treating Patients with Paraphilias, Shelly Lurie.
21. Gender Identity Disorders, Pamela E. Marcus.
22. Outpatient Treatment of Clients with anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa, Barbara E. Wolfe.
23. Personality Disorders, Pamela Marcus.
24. Working with Children in foster Care, Sandra L. Rosen.
25. Treatment of Complex Sexual assault, Ann W. Burgess and Carol R. Hartman.
26. Crisis Intervention and Problem-Solving with Battered Women, Albert R. Roberts.
27. Care of Abused Persons Who are developmentally Disabled, Virginia Focht-New.
28. Paths to Successful Stepfamily Living, Lou Everett.
29. Crisis and Community Disaster, Marlene Young.
30. Forensic Nursing, Virginia A. Lynch and Ann W. Burgess.
Appendix: Pediatric Sexual Victimization Legal Matters.

Introduction

The Pros and Cons of Merging the CNS and NP Roles in advanced Psychiatric Nursing,Suzanne Lego and Linda Chafetz, Gerri Collins Bride.

I. ADVANCED PRACTICE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.

1. Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses' Historical Influences on Today's Education and Practice, Shirley Smoyak and E. Wendy Skiba-King.
2. Advancing Psychiatric Nursing in a Reforming health care System, Margaret Cotroneo, Freida H. Outlaw, Joan K.King, Jeanne Brince.
3. The Role of Conceptual Models and Therapeutic Modalities in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice, Jacqueline Fawcett.
4. Integrating Mental Health in Nurse-Managed Rehabilitation Program for Older Adults, Johanna Yurkow, Lois K. Evans, Ina Cochran, and Lilli Ann Cieseilski.
5. Midwives and Psychiatric Nurses Collaborate, Beth V. Cole, Marcia Scovill, and Linda Flynn.
6. Case Management for Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing, Kathleen M. Andolina.
7. Psychiatric Home Health Services, Verna B. Carson.
8. Legal Issues in Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing, Joyce K. Laben and Beatrice C. Yorker.

II. CONCEPTS AND INTERVENTIONS.

9. The Psychiatric Nursing Interview, Ann W. Burgess.
10. Psychodynamic Case Formulation: Synthesizing Assessment and Planning Treatment, Ann W. Burgress and Carol R. Hartman.
11. Transference and Countertransference, Carol R.Hartman.
12. Trauma and Memory: Clinical and Legal Understanding of Traumatic Amnesia,Charles L. Whitfield.
13. Brief Individual Psychotherapies, Susan H. McCrone.
14. Treating Substance Abuse in Family Therapy, Linda S. Cook.
15. Cognitive Therapy in advanced Nursing Practice, Arthur Freeman and M. Jane Yates.
16. Liaison Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Lenore H. Kurlowicz.
17. Assessment Measures for Abused Women, Albert R. Roberts and Patricia Petretic-Jackson.
18. Assessment of Abused Children, Joann H. Grayson.

III. VULNERABLE POPULATIONS.

19. Issues in the Care of Adolescent Clients, Wanda K. Mohr.
20. Treating Patients with Paraphilias, Shelly Lurie.
21. Gender Identity Disorders, Pamela E. Marcus.
22. Outpatient Treatment of Clients with anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa, Barbara E. Wolfe.
23. Personality Disorders, Pamela Marcus.
24. Working with Children in foster Care, Sandra L. Rosen.
25. Treatment of Complex Sexual assault, Ann W. Burgess and Carol R. Hartman.
26. Crisis Intervention and Problem-Solving with Battered Women, Albert R. Roberts.
27. Care of Abused Persons Who are developmentally Disabled, Virginia Focht-New.
28. Paths to Successful Stepfamily Living, Lou Everett.
29. Crisis and Community Disaster, Marlene Young.
30. Forensic Nursing, Virginia A. Lynch and Ann W. Burgess.
Appendix: Pediatric Sexual Victimization Legal Matters.

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