Manual of Psychiatric Nursing Care Plans
Lippincott, 1994 - Medical protocols - 470 pages
This supplemental text of 54 updated nursing care plans addresses the most commonly encountered behaviors and behavior complexes in psychiatric and mental health nursing. The thoroughly updated Sixth Edition responds to current community-based care settings, across-the-lifespan care, cultural considerations, and violence in the community. Also, this edition presents a stronger focus on interdisciplinary care; community resources available to clients and their family/support groups; Web-based resources; communication content; and a sample assessment tool. DSM-IV-TR terminology/organization and NANDA diagnoses are used. and it includes a free disk with printable nursing care plans that students can customize!
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Part Two Basic Concepts
Part Three Care Plans
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ability abuse acceptable activities alcohol allow Altered anger anxiety appropriate Assist attempt attention avoid behavior body Care Plan continued Coping daily deal decrease delusions Demonstrate dependence depression develop difficulties Discharge The client discuss disorder Disturbance drug eating effective emotional Encourage the client environment example Expected Outcomes Initial experience express express feelings fear feelings follow Give groups Help the client hospital identify Impaired Implementation Nursing Interventions increase independence indicated individual Ineffective Initial The client interactions involve knowledge Lack limits loss maintain medications meet mental necessary needs Nursing Diagnosis Nursing Interventions Rationale occur Participate patterns person physical Plan possible problems Promote Provide psychiatric regarding Related Related Factors relationships response Risk role safe self-esteem setting sexual significant situation skills sleep social specific staff members stress Substance successful suicidal symptoms talk Teach Therapeutic Therapeutic Aims therapy thoughts tion treatment Verbalize withdrawal