Foundations of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
Saunders, Jan 1, 1990 - Psychiatric nursing - 883 pages
Presents psychiatric nursing within a clear framework, focusing on anxiety, and progressing from simple to acute disorders. Real-life examples are used throughout to demonstrate how principles apply to clinical practice.
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Basic Psychiatric Concepts
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activities alcohol American anger antisocial antisocial personality disorders basic battered Chapter child abuse chronic client clinical communication coping court crisis intervention cultural defense mechanisms depression discuss DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS drugs effective elder abuse emergency room emotional environment Evaluation example experience fear feelings functioning hospital identify increase individual interaction interpersonal interview levels of anxiety Long Term Goal ment mental health mental illness mother needs nurse's nursing assessment Nursing Care Plan nursing diagnosis nursing interventions nursing practice nursing process panic parents patient personality disorders physical potential present problems professional psychiatric nursing psychological psychophysiological disorder psychotherapy rape reactions relationship relaxation relief behaviors response role schizophrenia self-esteem sexual Short Term Goal situation social somatic spouse abuse staff stage Standard stress suicide superego symptoms syndrome talk techniques theory therapeutic therapist therapy thought tion treatment verbal victim violence woman women York