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Psychiatric Nursing

Contemporary Practice
Edition: 7
9781975161187
ISBN/ISSN:
9781975161187
Publication Date:
October 20, 2021
2021-10-20
9781975161187
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Selected as a Doody's Core Title for 2022!Continuing a tradition of success preparing students for the challenges of psychiatric nursing ...
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    Selected as a Doody's Core Title for 2022!

    Continuing a tradition of success preparing students for the challenges of psychiatric nursing practice, Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice, 7th Edition, utilizes a recovery framework model to help nursing students identify the effect of mental health problems on their patients’ well-being and partner with them in the delivery of care and promotion of wellness. 
     
    This comprehensive approach emphasizes recovery interventions and wellness, presenting detailed coverage mental health promotion, assessment, and interventions in adults, families, children, and adolescents. Straightforward writing and a wealth of examples and explanations make complex information easy to understand, incorporating dynamic threaded case studies, clinical vignettes, patient experience videos, and other learning tools to help students confidently grasp concepts and learn to apply them to clinical scenarios. 
     
    Updated throughout, this 7th Edition reflects current issues, topics, and evidence-based research to ensure clinical readiness for today’s psychiatric mental health nursing. 
     
  • Specs
    Edition
    7
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975161187
    Product Format
    Hardcover Book
    Trim Size
    8 3/8 x 10 7/8
    Pages
    872
    Edition
    7
    Publication Date
    October 20, 2021
  • Mary Ann Boyd
    Rebecca Ann Luebbert
  • Table of contents
    • Unit I    Mental Health Care in Contemporary Society
      • Chapter 1           Psychiatric–Mental Health Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice
      • Chapter 2           Mental Health and Mental Disorders: Fighting Stigma & Promoting Recovery
      • Chapter 3           Cultural and Spiritual Issues Related to Mental Health Care
      • Chapter 4           Patient Rights and Legal Issues
      • Chapter 5           Mental Health Care in the Community
    • Unit II    Foundations of Psychiatric Nursing
      • Chapter 6           Ethics, Standards, and Nursing Frameworks
      • Chapter 7           Psychosocial Theoretic Basis of Psychiatric Nursing
      • Chapter 8           Biologic Foundations of Psychiatric Nursing
      • Chapter 9           Recovery Framework (NEW)
    • Unit III   Contemporary Psychiatric Nursing Practice
      • Chapter 10         Communication and the Therapeutic Relationship
      • Chapter 11         The Psychiatric–Mental Health Nursing Process
      • Chapter 12         Psychopharmacology, Dietary Supplements, and Biologic Interventions
      • Chapter 13         Cognitive Interventions in Psychiatric Nursing
      • Chapter 14         Group Interventions
      • Chapter 15         Family Assessment and Interventions
    • Unit IV  Mental Health Across the Life Span
      • Chapter 16         Mental Health Promotion for Children and Adolescents
      • Chapter 17         Mental Health Promotion for Young and Middle-Aged Adults
      • Chapter 18         Mental Health Promotion for Older Adults
    • Unit V   Prevention of Mental Disorders
      • Chapter 19         Stress and Mental Health
      • Chapter 20         Management of Anger, Aggression, and Violence
      • Chapter 21         Crisis, Loss, Grief, Response, Bereavement, and Disaster Management
      • Chapter 22         Suicide Prevention: Screening, Assessment, and Intervention
      • Chapter 23         Mental Health Care for Survivors of Violence 
    • Unit VI  Care and Recovery for Persons With Mental Disorders
      • Chapter 24         Schizophrenia and Related Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons With Thought Disorders
      • Chapter 25         Depression: Management of Depressive Moods and Suicidal Behavior
      • Chapter 26         Bipolar Disorders: Management of Mood Lability
      • Chapter 27         Anxiety Disorders: Management of Anxiety, Phobia, and Panic
      • Chapter 28         Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders: Management of Obsessions and Compulsions
      • Chapter 29         Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons with Posttraumatic Stress and Other Trauma-Related Disorders 
      • Chapter 30         Personality and Impulse-Control Disorders Nursing Care of Persons with Personality and Impulse-Control Disorders
      • Chapter 31         Addiction and Substance Use-Related Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons With Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders
      • Chapter 32         Eating Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons with Eating and Weight-Related Disorders
      • Chapter 33         Somatic Symptom and Dissociative Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons with Somatization
      • Chapter 34         Sleep–Wake Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons With Insomnia and Sleep Problems
      • Chapter 35         Sexual Disorders: Management of Sexual Dysfunction and Paraphilias
    • Unit VII  Care of Children and Adolescents
      • Chapter 36         Mental Health Assessment of Children and Adolescents
      • Chapter 37         Mental Health Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
    • Unit VIII Care of Older Adults
      • Chapter 38         Mental Health Assessment of Older Adults
      • Chapter 39         Neurocognitive Disorders
    • Unit IX  Care of Special Populations
      • Chapter 40         Care for Veterans with Mental Health Needs (NEW)  
      • Chapter 41         Caring for Persons Who Are Experiencing Homelessness and Mentally Illness
      • Chapter 42         Caring for Persons Experiencing Co-Occurring Mental Disorders
      • Chapter 43         Caring for the Medically Compromised Person
     
     
     
     
  • Features
    • UPDATED! Content familiarizes students with the latest issues, including COVID-19, topics, and evidence-based research, including the treatment of mental health problems in veterans and military families.
    • Case Studies threaded in the disorder chapters and linked to related Nursing Care Plans and Therapeutic Dialogues strengthen students’ clinical confidence by allowing them to practice applying concepts as they learn. 
    • Wellness Challenges threaded in disorder chapters highlight opportunities for health promotion. 
    • Integration with Primary Care threaded in disorder chapters emphasize important connections between psychiatric disorders and basic health needs. 
    • Key Diagnostic Characteristics succinctly summarize diagnostic criteria, target symptoms, and associated findings for select disorders adapted from the DSM-5 by the American Psychiatric Associations.
    • Concept Mastery Alerts clarify common misconceptions and challenging material identified by Lippincott® Adaptive Learning Powered by PrepU
    • Movie Viewing Guides guide students to current examples of movies that depict various mental health disorders, accompanied by viewing points to encourage reflection and discussion. 
    • Clinical Vignette boxes challenge students to apply their knowledge in a clinical context and identify solutions to realistic patient scenarios.  
    • NCLEX® Notes emphasize essential application areas for successful NCLEX preparation. 
    • Research for Best Practice boxes reinforce the clinical applications of relevant research for effective evidence-based psychiatric nursing practice. 
    • Emergency Care Alerts help students recognize situations in psychiatric nursing requiring emergency attention.
    • Nursing Management of Selected Disorders sections deepen students’ understanding of the most commonly occurring major psychiatric disorders.
    • Therapeutic Dialogue boxes promote effective communication skills with examples of therapeutic and nontherapeutic conversations. 
    • Psychoeducation Checklists boost students’ critical thinking capabilities and guide students in developing patient-specific teaching plants based on chapter content. 
    • Patient education, family, and emergency icons alert students to important links between chapter concepts and psychiatric nursing practice.
     
     
     
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