9 Compare and contrast the basic ideas of the nursing theorists . ... focusing on his early psychiatric theories and treatments . ... Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders ( 4th ed . text revision ) .
Author: Mary Ann Boyd
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
AJN Book of the Year Based on the biological-psychological-sociological aspects of mental illness, this comprehensive textbook maintains its grounded focus in current research and continues to reflect current practice. The Third Edition includes a new NCLEX Tips box, more patient teaching points, highlighted nursing interventions, and more health promotion. The free CD-ROM features a new clinical simulation and other student learning activities. The ancillary package includes an Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM with a Test Generator, Powerpoint slides, and Instructor’s Manual.
For example , the psychiatric nurse consultant may assess a female client for abnormal grief after a mastectomy , whereas the primary nurse evaluates the client's performance of arm muscle strengthening exercises .
She went on to improve nursing care in psychiatric hospitals and organized educational programs in state mental hospitals in Illinois. Richards is called the first American psychiatric nurse; she believed that “the mentally sick should ...
Author: Sheila L. Videbeck
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This fully updated Fifth Edition explores the full psychiatric nursing curriculum, from theoretical foundations to application of interventions for commonly encountered disorders. The focus is on treatment modalities, nursing care, therapeutic communication, and self-awareness. The built-in study guide helps reinforce student learning and knowledge retention. Abundant features highlight the most pertinent learning concepts.
However, it is in the field of psychiatric nursing that the influence of psychological and sociological thought is most obvious, as seen in the theories of the following prominent psychiatric nurses. Hildegard Peplau (1909–1999) Peplau ...
Author: Ruth Elder
Publisher: Elsevier Australia
Category: Psychiatric nursing
"The 2nd edition of "Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing" continues to takes its popular holistic approach, helping students and beginning practitioners understand the complex causation of mental illness, its diagnosis, effective interventions and treatments, and the client's experience of mental illness. Written by an experienced team of contributors from Australia and New Zealand, the client and student centred approaches have been enhanced in this edition to focus even more closely on providing students with practical examples and guidance on helpful and transformative communication. New content has also been included on indigenous mental health, mental health education and health promotion."--Provided by publisher.
The nursing role is a caring role, different from but complementary to the medical role (McFarlane, 1983). 2. The nurse's concept of ... The therapeutic role of the psychiatric nurse cannot be described in terms of tasks or procedures.
Author: Peggy Martin
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
In line with the recommendations of Project 2000 and the 1982 RMN syllabus this is an important new book which takes a fresh look at the requirements of trainee psychiatric nurses and their teachers. The book is divided into two parts. Part One - Concepts, establishes the nurses approach to psychiatric care as an individual and as a member of a team. Part Two - Care, explores the application of concepts through numerous patient profiles and care plans based on conceptual models. The text is well illustrated and attractively designed throughout. The author, Peggy Martin, is closely involved in nurse training and, as well as being aware of the needs of the practising nurse, has a strong commitment to Peplau's developmental model which she has used in this book.
Reforms of the nineteenth century changed the practices of mental health nursing and the role of a • psychiatric nurse. Mental health care is a multidisciplinary approach with the nurse working at the hub of the team.
Author: Sujata Sethi
Publisher: Wolters kluwer india Pvt Ltd
Based on the syllabus prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council for BSc Nursing students, this book covers the subject of psychiatric nursing in a comprehensive yet simple manner. The exposition is systematically organised into the following five major units which will help the student to form a broad picture of the subject: Basic Principles of Psychiatric Nursing Psychiatric Disorders Management Modalities Psychiatric Emergencies Preventive and Legal Psychiatry.
Author: Katherine M. FortinashPublish On: 2006-05-16
The nursing process is the foundation of clinical decision making and encompasses all significant action taken by nurses in providing developmentally and culturally relevant psychiatric mental health care to all patients.
Author: Katherine M. Fortinash
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
The most comprehensive psychiatric nursing care planning text available assists students and practitioners in providing effective care in a variety of settings. Clear presentation of information, consistent use of the nursing process, correlation of nursing and medical diagnoses, and prioritization of interventions make this text an invaluable resource. Grounded in the latest classification of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR) and the most current list of NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses, this text covers a wide range of disorders, their psychopathology, and appropriate nursing interventions with rationales. Care plans use real clinical situations and include therapeutic and nontherapeutic dialogue examples to familiarize nurses with likely scenarios and equip them with the tools they need to feel confident in any clinical setting. The first chapter, The Nursing Process, effectively describes the central principles of psychiatric nursing practice in detailing the ANA's six-step nursing process along with additional information on therapeutic nurse-client communication skills, client history and assessment tools, NIC and NOC, and more. The six-step nursing process format is maintained throughout to emphasize a practice-oriented, problem-solving approach to psychiatric care. Major psychiatric disorders are reviewed consistently and completely with sections including Etiology, Epidemiology, Assessment and Diagnostic Criteria, Interventions, and Prognosis and Discharge Criteria. With this basis of knowledge, relevant care plans are offered in the second section of each chapter. Care plans based on DSM-IV-TR medical and NANDA nursing diagnoses are logically and consistently organized with Assessment Data, Outcome Criteria, Planning and Implementation, and Evaluation sections. Assessment Data sections include detailed related factors (etiology) and defining characteristics or risk factors as appropriate for the specific diagnosis. Outcome Criteria sections give the reader clear indications of the desired end state. Planning and Implementation sections list specific, relevant, and practical nursing interventions with rationales in a clear, comprehensible two-column format. UNIQUE! Therapeutic and non-therapeutic dialogue examples are presented throughout to promote more effective client communication. Evaluation sections state the role of outcome evaluation as a critical and ongoing step in the nursing process. Client and Family Teaching boxes include Nurse Needs to Know and Teach Client and Family sections covering all aspects of post-treatment instructions for clients and caregivers. DSM-IV-TR boxes list all related DSM-IV-TR diagnoses for quick reference. Helpful appendices contain information and strategies that are timely and useful in the care of clients with mental and emotional disorders including such topics as psychiatric and psychosocial therapies, grief and loss, spirituality, and many more.
Author: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAANPublish On: 2012-08-21
Nurses. Through these national, regional, and international organizations there are many opportunities for advanced practice psychiatric mental health nurses to network and collaborate in educational, practice, and research arenas.
Author: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Named a 2013 Doody's Core Title! "There are few new books to direct PMH-APRN treatment options...Now, this book provides the path to integration of treatment options for the holistic care of psychiatric client by PMH-APRNs."--Doody's Medical Reviews ìThis text is a wonderful compilation of information that is needed within current advanced practice psychiatric mental health nursing. The chapters are informative, have excellent references and provide up to the minute information that is grounded in evidence-based practices.î Barbara Jones Warren, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, PMH, FAAN Professor, Clinical Nursing Director, Psychiatric Nursing Specialty National Institutes of Health/American Nurses Association Ethnic/Racial Minority Fellow The Ohio State College of Nursing This groundbreaking core text fills a void in nursing literature by integrating psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approaches into advanced practice nursing. It is organized around psychiatric "syndromes" rather than DSM diagnoses, so it will remain current even after the publication of the DSM-5. The book provides clear and relevant treatment options in the form of decision trees with additional explanatory narratives. These decision trees enable practitioners to distinguish ìnormalî patients from those who require more customized therapeutic interventions. This holistic text integrates neurobiology, theory, and research evidence related to psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, and complementary and alternative medicine interventions. While providing comprehensive information on theory and practice, it simplifies complex aspects of treatment with clarity and provides the depth of content appropriate to support sound clinical reasoning required in advanced practice. The book responds to the current backlash against overmedication in psychiatry. It also fulfills the upcoming requirements by APNA and ISPN that advanced practice psychiatric nurses must have skills in psychotherapy. Additionally, the text focuses on treatment issues across the life span and highlights pertinent clinical differences from the adult population through pediatric pointers and aging alerts. Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing reflects the extensive practice and educational experience of editors and contributors from the United States, Canada, and Scotland, all of whom are expert APNs. Key Features: Organized around psychiatric ìsyndromes,î rather than DSM diagnoses, so it will remain relevant after the DSM-5 is published Integrates neurobiology, theory, and research evidence related to psychotherapy. psychopharmacology, and CAM therapies Provides the much-needed content on psychotherapy newly required for all psychiatric advanced practice nurses (APNA & ISPN White Papers) Supports clinical decision skills through thoughtfully designed, easy-to-follow decision trees ICONS highlight life span clinical management differences through Pediatric Pointers and Aging Alerts
In summary, nurses must be cognizant of federal and state regulations, laws,and mandates that govern their practice. ... considerations needed to ensure the client's rights and to promote quality and safe psychiatric nursing care.
Author: Deborah Antai-Otong
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Perfect for both student and professional nurses who works directly with patients. Psychiatric Nursing Pocket Guide focuses specifically on aspects of psychiatric and mental health nursing. Topics include: Disorders, Assessments, Interventions, Medications, Patient and family communications and education, and DSM-IV classifications.
Providing a therapeutic environment is a fundamental psychiatric nursing activity (Benfer, 1980; ANA, 1976). Because nurses are the prime shapers and molders of the therapeutic environment, it is critical that they understand the ...