Mental health nursing [electronic resource] : dimensions of praxis / edited by Karen-leigh Edward, Ian Munro, Anthony Welch, Alan Robins.
By: Edward, Karen-Leigh.
Contributor(s): Edward, Karen-Leigh [editor.] | Munro, Ian Leslie [editor.] | Welch, Anthony (Anthony J.) [editor.] | Robins, Alan Neil [editor.].Publisher: South Melbourne, Australia : Oxford University Press, 2014Edition: 2nd edition.Description: 1 online resource (714 p.).ISBN: 9780195596373.Subject(s): Psychiatric nursing -- AustraliaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mental Health Nursing : Dimensions of PraxisDDC classification: 616.890231 Online resources: Ebook available via ProQuest Ebook Central; click to view
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Part One. Contexts of contemporary practice: 1. A brief history: caring for the mentally ill in Australia and New Zealand (Aotearoa) / Philip Warelow, Gylo Hercelinskyj -- 2. Diagnostic systems used in clinical assessment / Karen Harder, Ian Munor, Nick Gaynor -- 3. Physical and mental health / Steve Hemminway, Gail Kohrsen -- 4. Promoting mental health / Eileen Petrie, Evan Bichara -- 5. Resilience, recovery, reconnection and therapeutic optimism / Karen-leigh Edward, Anthony Welch, stephen Elsom, Louise Byrne -- 6. Law, ethics and mental health nursing / Beth Bennett, Anna Bennett -- 7. Translation of evidence to practice / Anthony Welch, Karen-leigh Edward, Louise Byrne -- Part Two. Challenges to people's mental health: 8. Mood and anxiety disorders / Margaret McAllister, Gerry Dares -- 9. Psychosis and psychotic disorders / Simon Dodd, Sandy Jeffs -- 10. Therapeutic engagements: complexities and rewards of nursing those with personality disorders / Robert Trett, Deborah Dick, Kate Cook, Catherine Bennett -- 11. Eating disorders / Michelle Snell, Hayley Bennett -- 12. Substance misuse and co-morbidity: prevalence, treatment and recovery / Ian Munro, David Best, Naomi Crafti -- Part Three. Praxis of mental health nursing -- 13. Infant, child and adolescent mental health / Kristy Young, Christine Poole -- 14. The older adult and mental illness / Robyn Garlick, Helen Rawson -- 15. Mental health nursing in the primary health care setting / Kate Cogan, Janet Akehurst -- 16. Consumer and carer leadership and participation / Evan Bichara, Wanda Bennetts, Isabelle Collins -- 17. Consultation liaison / Julie Sharrock -- 18. Creative arts therapy / Geraldine Katz -- 19. Complementary nursing care / Anne Patterson -- 20. Case management / Karen-leigh Edward, Gilles Terriere, Dianne Hawthorne -- 21. Prevention and management of clients' 'aggression' / Gerald A. Farrell, Rod Mann -- 22. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, New Zealand Maori and remote area mental health (including A mental nurse's perspective on influences of traditional Maori cultural values, beliefs and the integration of the Treaty of Waitangi withing nursing) / Roinne West, Kim Usher, Graeme Thompson, Deb Spurgeon -- 23. Cultural issues in mental health / Don Gorman, Wendy Cross -- 24. Working with vulnerable communities: people from refugee backgrounds / Suzanne Willey, Philippa Duell-Piening -- 25. Forensic mental health nursing / Jo Ryan, Trish Martin -- 26. Gendered mental health / Kay McCauley, Ian Munro, Anthony Welch -- 27. Psychopharmacology / Chris Alderman, Karen-leigh Edward -- Part Four. Advancing the mental health profession: 28. Nurses' health and self-care / Glenn Taylor, Daniel Nichols, Wendy Cross -- 29. Advanced practice in mental health nursing / Neville Baker, Cayte Hoppner -- 30. Future directions / Tracy Beaton, Rod Mann, Margaret Grigg
"Mental Health Nursing: Dimensions of Praxis 2nd Edition shows how to apply assessment processes to treatment practice, work with clients with a range of disorders, and apply nursing intervention strategies in order to achieve best practice outcomes. Starting with the context of mental health, then building through parts focused on the challenges to people's mental health, the praxis of mental health nursing, and what the future holds for mental health nurses, this book prepares student nurses by engaging them and equipping them with the best skills and knowledge for working in mental health."- Publisher information