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by Sioban Nelson,Michael Clinton

Author: Sioban Nelson,Michael Clinton
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice-Hall (April 1997)
Pages: 405 pages
Category: Medicine
Rating: 4.6
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Mental Health & Nursing Practice book.

Mental Health & Nursing Practice book. Michael Clinton, Sioban Nelson. This work offers a coherent introduction to mental health nursing, for general nursing students.

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The population of mental health nurses is ageing and in the next few years we can expect many to retire. This paper makes an argument for the employment of undergraduate nursing students as Assistants in Nursing (AINs) in mental health settings as a strategy to encourage them to consider a career in mental health nursing.

Nelson's wide-ranging book discusses the development of modern professional nursing and the many religion-based hospitals.

Nelson's wide-ranging book discusses the development of modern professional nursing and the many religion-based hospitals, as well as the male bias that these early nurses had to face from both physicians and religious clerics.

Mental Health Practice is the only nursing publication to cover all areas of mental health and patient care. Mental Health Practice.

As part of the Foundations of Mental Health Practice series, this book provides a critical overview of the . At the core of this book is the idea that no single theory is comprehensive on its own and each theory has its limitations.

As part of the Foundations of Mental Health Practice series, this book provides a critical overview of the theoretical perspectives relevant to mental health practice. Divided in to two parts, Part I explores traditional models of mental health and covers the key areas: bio-medical perspectives, psychological perspectives and social perspectives, whilst Part II looks at contemporary ideas that challenge and push these traditional views.

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This work offers a coherent introduction to mental health nursing, for general nursing students. It represents the combined expression of the skills and experience of the staff at the Queensland University of Technology, in particular the Centre for Mental Health Nursing Research, scholars in nursing and related disciplines at other universities, practitioners, clients and consumer advocacy organizations.