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Medicines Management in Mental Health Care.

By: Harris, Neil.
Contributor(s): Baker, John | Gray, Richard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2009Description: 1 online resource (274 p.).ISBN: 9781444316162.Subject(s): Drugs --Prescribing | Psychiatric nursing | Psychotropic drugs --AdministrationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Medicines Management in Mental Health CareDDC classification: 362.196/86 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Medicines Management in Mental Health Care; Contents; The Editors; Contributors; Preface; Part 1: An evidence base for medicines management; 1: Introduction to medicines management; 2: Psychotropic medications; 3: Drug interactions and co-morbidity; Part 2: Medicines management in clinical practice; 4: Non-medical prescribing and medicines management policies; 5: Recovery and medication: a service user perspective; 6: Treatment adherence; 7: The negotiation of prescribing decisions: some good practice issues; 8: The role of the pharmacy in medicines management
9: Engagement and working collaboratively with service users10: Evaluating treatment; 11: Exploring medication issues with service users - achieving concordance; 12: Problem solving in medicines management; 13: Key issues for medicines management in inpatient settings; Index
Summary: Medicines are the most common form of treatment for those with mental health problems worldwide. Medicines Management in Mental Health Care is the first detailed evidence-based medicines management text for mental health practitioners in the UK.Medicines Management in Mental Health Care is divided into two parts. Part one provides mental health nurses and other mental health workers with a detailed understanding of the evidence-base for medicines management covering subjects including psychotropic medication and co-morbidity. Part two addresses the practical implications
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Medicines Management in Mental Health Care; Contents; The Editors; Contributors; Preface; Part 1: An evidence base for medicines management; 1: Introduction to medicines management; 2: Psychotropic medications; 3: Drug interactions and co-morbidity; Part 2: Medicines management in clinical practice; 4: Non-medical prescribing and medicines management policies; 5: Recovery and medication: a service user perspective; 6: Treatment adherence; 7: The negotiation of prescribing decisions: some good practice issues; 8: The role of the pharmacy in medicines management

9: Engagement and working collaboratively with service users10: Evaluating treatment; 11: Exploring medication issues with service users - achieving concordance; 12: Problem solving in medicines management; 13: Key issues for medicines management in inpatient settings; Index

Medicines are the most common form of treatment for those with mental health problems worldwide. Medicines Management in Mental Health Care is the first detailed evidence-based medicines management text for mental health practitioners in the UK.Medicines Management in Mental Health Care is divided into two parts. Part one provides mental health nurses and other mental health workers with a detailed understanding of the evidence-base for medicines management covering subjects including psychotropic medication and co-morbidity. Part two addresses the practical implications

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Dr Neil Harris is a Consultant Nurse at Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust and Lecturer at the University of Manchester.<br> <br> Dr John Baker is a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Manchester.<br> <br> Dr Richard Gray is Professor of Nursing Research at the University of East Anglia.

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