Routledge Handbook of Global Mental Health Nursing: Evidence, Practice and Empowerment

Routledge Handbook of Global Mental Health Nursing: Evidence, Practice and Empowerment

by Edilma Yearwood, Vicki Hines-Martin

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781317702214
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/19/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 492
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Edilma L. Yearwood is a faculty member and Chair, Department of Professional Nursing Practice at Georgetown University, School of Nursing and Health Studies, USA.

Vicki P. Hines-Martin is a tenured Professor at the University of Louisville School of Nursing, USA. She is also Director of the Office of Health Disparities and Community Engagement at the School.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Historical and Contemporary Mental Health Nursing

1. Overview of Mental Health in Low, Middle and High Income Global Communities (Edilma L. Yearwood and Spencer Case)

2. Historical Overview of Psychiatric Mental Health Care (Ann J. Sheridan)

3. Mental Health Promotion (Vicki P. Hines-Martin)

4. Social Determinants of Mental Health (Edilma L. Yearwood and Vicki P. Hines-Martin)

5. The Effects of Culture and Stigma on Mental Health (Deena A. Nardi, Roberta Waite and Edilma L. Yearwood)

6. Global Health Ethics and Mental Health (Wendy Austin)

7. Standard of Mental Health Care: Meeting Consumer Needs (Vicki P. Hines-Martin, Geraldine S. Pearson, Melanie Walters and Molly Hall)

8. Mental Health Care Nursing Standards: International Perspectives (Sarah Benbow, Wafa’a Ta’an, Malene Terp, Marc Hapeslagh and Cheryl Forchuk)

9. Transformational Leadership to Promote Well-being (Angela Barron McBride)

Part 2: Promoting Mental Health Nursing Within Social and Cultural Contexts: Research, Best Practices and Clinical Perspectives

10. Recognizing and Managing Stress (Catherine Batscha and Jessica Gill)

11. Strategies for Health Promotion in Individuals Experiencing Anxiety or Anxiety Disorders (Debbie Thomas and Magdala Maximos)

12. Suicide and Other Deliberate Self-harm Behaviors: Promoting Prevention (Edilma L. Yearwood)

13. Strategies for Health Promotion in Individuals Experiencing Depression (Kunsook Bernstein)

14. Strategies for Health Promotion in Individuals Experiencing Bipolar Symptoms and Illness (Victoria Soltis-Jarrett)

15. Schizophrenia: Fostering Understanding and Facilitating Health Promotion (Ann J. Sheridan)

16. Health Promotion Strategies for Substance Use (Madeline A. Naegle)

17. Mental Health and Aging: Needs and Care of Older Adults (Karen M. Robinson, Mary L. Corbett and Teresa McEnroe Clare)

18. Strategies for Mental Health Promotion in Children and Adolescents (Irene Eunhee Kim, Andrew Cashin and Edilma L. Yearwood)

19. Strategies for Health Promotion after Violence Exposure (Leilani Marie Ayala, M. Hazelton and Vicki P. Hines-Martin)

20. Evidence-based Mental Health Practice in a Global Context (Steven Pryjmachuk)

Part 3: Cultural Voices and Human Rights: Case Exemplars

21. Deinstitutionalized Care: Jamaican Psychiatric Workers’ Viewpoints (A. Pusey-Murray and Hermi Hyacinth Hewitt)

22. Korean American and Depression (Kunsook S. Bernstein)

23. The Philippines: The Nurse’s Role in Bullying Prevention (Leilani Mari Ayala)

24. Case Exemplar from South Africa (Idalia Venter, Lily van Rhyn and Ukamaka Oruche)

25. Australia: Social and Emotional Wellbeing of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population (Rose McMaster, Kerry Mawson and Peter Shine)

26. Mental Health, Traditional Healers and Barriers to Care in Malawi (Katelyn Klein and Edilma L. Yearwood)

27. Argentina (Silvina Malvárez, Patricia Gómez and María Cristina Cometto)

28. Japan: Disaster Mental Health (Pamela A. Minarik and Yoko Nakayama)

29. A Canadian Perspective on Psychiatric Nursing Care (Jason Anuik)

30. Transition Experiences for Adults with an Intellectual Disability: Theories for Compassionate Nursing Practice (Sue Read)

Part 4: Empowerment Strategies

31. Mental Health Literacy (Vicki P. Hines-Martin and Edilma L .Yearwood)

32. Models and Frameworks of Mental Health Care Within Community Environments (Sara Horton-Deutsch, Roberta Waite and Maureen Bentley)

33. Conclusions and Recommendations (Edilma L. Yearwood and Vicki Hines-Martin)

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