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Basic concepts of psychiatric--mental health nursing / Louise Rebraca Shives.

By: Shives, Louise Rebraca.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2005Edition: 6th ed.Description: xix, 644 p. : ill. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).ISBN: 0781745179; 9780781745178; 078175495X (CD-ROM); 9780781754958 (CD-ROM).Other title: Psychiatric--mental health nursing.Subject(s): Psychiatric nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Nursing care plans -- Handbooks, manuals, etcDDC classification: 616.890231
Contents:
Ch. 1. Student issues and concerns -- Ch. 2. History and trends in psychiatric-mental health nursing -- Ch. 3. Development of psychiatric-mental health nursing theory -- Ch. 4. Cultural and ethnic issues -- Ch. 5. Ethical and legal issues -- Ch. 6. Loss, grief, and end-of-life care -- Ch. 7. The continuum of care -- Ch. 8. Assessment of psychiatric-mental health clients -- Ch. 9. Nursing diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation -- Ch. 10. Therapeutic communication and relationships -- Ch. 11. The therapeutic milieu -- Ch. 12. Crisis intervention -- Ch. 13. Individual psychotherapy and group therapy -- Ch. 14. Couple and family therapy -- Ch. 15. Psychopharmacology -- Ch. 16. Electroconvulsive therapy -- Ch. 17. Alternative and complementary therapies -- Ch. 18. Schizophrenia and schizophrenic-like disorders -- Ch. 19. Delusional and shared psychotic disorders -- Ch. 20. Mood disorders -- Ch. 21. Anxiety disorders -- Ch. 22. Anxiety-related disorders -- Ch. 23. Personality development and personality disorders -- Ch. 24. Cognitive disorders -- Ch. 25. Eating disorders -- Ch. 26. Substance-related disorders -- Ch. 27. Sexuality and sexual disorders -- Ch. 28. Infant, child, and adolescent clients -- Ch. 29. Suicidal clients -- Ch. 30. Clients with a dual diagnosis -- Ch. 31. Abuse and violence -- Ch. 32. Clients coping with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) -- Ch. 33. Aging clients with psychosocial needs -- Ch. 34. Seriously and persistently mentally ill, homeless, or incarcerated clients.
List(s) this item appears in: Nursing Collection | Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing | Advance Practice Nursing
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Windows 98, SE, NT 4.0, 2000, ME, or XP.

Ch. 1. Student issues and concerns -- Ch. 2. History and trends in psychiatric-mental health nursing -- Ch. 3. Development of psychiatric-mental health nursing theory -- Ch. 4. Cultural and ethnic issues -- Ch. 5. Ethical and legal issues -- Ch. 6. Loss, grief, and end-of-life care -- Ch. 7. The continuum of care -- Ch. 8. Assessment of psychiatric-mental health clients -- Ch. 9. Nursing diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation -- Ch. 10. Therapeutic communication and relationships -- Ch. 11. The therapeutic milieu -- Ch. 12. Crisis intervention -- Ch. 13. Individual psychotherapy and group therapy -- Ch. 14. Couple and family therapy -- Ch. 15. Psychopharmacology -- Ch. 16. Electroconvulsive therapy -- Ch. 17. Alternative and complementary therapies -- Ch. 18. Schizophrenia and schizophrenic-like disorders -- Ch. 19. Delusional and shared psychotic disorders -- Ch. 20. Mood disorders -- Ch. 21. Anxiety disorders -- Ch. 22. Anxiety-related disorders -- Ch. 23. Personality development and personality disorders -- Ch. 24. Cognitive disorders -- Ch. 25. Eating disorders -- Ch. 26. Substance-related disorders -- Ch. 27. Sexuality and sexual disorders -- Ch. 28. Infant, child, and adolescent clients -- Ch. 29. Suicidal clients -- Ch. 30. Clients with a dual diagnosis -- Ch. 31. Abuse and violence -- Ch. 32. Clients coping with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) -- Ch. 33. Aging clients with psychosocial needs -- Ch. 34. Seriously and persistently mentally ill, homeless, or incarcerated clients.

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