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|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons Inc (April 1, 1986)|
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All the chapters are written by nurses who have practical implications which are firmly rooted in patient care or nursing education.
This is an excellent new text for psychiatry residents at all stages of their training. Listening and interviewing skills are the primary tools the psychiatrist uses to obtain the information needed to make an accurate diagnosis and then to plan appropriate treatment.
Abstract This study aimed to describe the psychiatric nursing care experiences of immigrant patients. The participants were immigrant patients (N 14) residing in adult psychiatric wards of certain hospitals (N 3) selected for the study. A majority of the participants were refugees or asylum seekers. A total of 21 indepth interviews were conducted.
Psychiatric mental health nurses and advanced practice nurses play an important role in the assessment and .
In this game-based CME activity, you will assume the role of a psychiatric mental health advanced practice nurse who.
Series: Qualitative Designs and Methods.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing: Concepts of Care in Evidence-Based Practice.
26. Gournay, . Brooking, J. (1994) Community psychiatric nurses in primary health care British Journal of Psychiatry, Aug, 165(8), . 31-238
13. Chalmers, . and Luker, K. (1991) The development of the health visitor-client relationship, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 5 (1), . 3-42. 26. 31-238. 27. Hamilton Smith, S. (1972) Nil by mouth?
By 1946, the passing of the National Mental Health Act allowed for the development of psychiatric nursing in the United States
By 1946, the passing of the National Mental Health Act allowed for the development of psychiatric nursing in the United States. The main categories include
Contemporary psychiatric nursing has its recent history in the custodial model of care which caused the mentally ill to. .For the most part, psychiatric nurses functioned in support of this isolate and tranquillize philosophy
Contemporary psychiatric nursing has its recent history in the custodial model of care which caused the mentally ill to be isolated, frequently under lock and key, from the rest of the population. For the most part, psychiatric nurses functioned in support of this isolate and tranquillize philosophy. Up until the 1940s and 1950s, one of the main attributes of a psychiatric nurse was adequate physical stature and strength. The main purpose of psychiatric nursing was to contain patients, keep them in reasonable physical health, and prevent patients from harming themselves, other patients, and staff.