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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (8th Edition)

Download Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (8th Edition) written by Shelia Videbeck in PDF format. This book is under the category Health and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1975116372/9781975116378. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Shelia Videbeck

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health

file-type

PDF

pages

552 pages [1206 pages in PDF]

language

English

asin

B07XZCJXPN

isbn10

1975116372

isbn13

9781975116378


Book Description

A Practical Focus on the Concepts and Skills Essential to Your Success

With an accessible; student-friendly and clear approach; Videbeck’s Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing; 8th edition; (PDF) clarifies challenging concepts and helps you build a foundation for working successfully with clients experiencing mental health challenges regardless of care setting. The textbook explores the full spectrum of psychiatric nursing; helping you master specific nursing interventions; hone your therapeutic communication skills and learn to apply content effectively within the framework of the nursing process.

 

 

    • Client/Family Education boxes boost your teaching capabilities.

 

    • Drug Alerts highlight essential concerns related to psychotropic drugs.

 

    • Warning boxes alert you to FDA considerations for specific medications.

 

    • Nursing Interventions entail key treatment strategies for specific disorders.

 

    • Best Practice boxes provide the latest evidence-based findings in psychiatric nursing.

 

    • Elder Considerations sections prepare you to care for the growing population of older adults.

 

    • Nursing Care Plans demonstrate effective approaches for addressing specific client disorders.

 

    • DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria boxes summarize the medical diagnostic features of specific disorders.

 

    • Self-Awareness features foster your personal and professional development through self-reflection.

 

    • Concept Mastery Alerts clarify important concepts essential to your classroom and clinical success.

 

    • Cultural Considerations help you ensure culturally sensitive care for a wide range of client populations.

 

    • Clinical Vignettes familiarize you with the features of major disorders you are likely to encounter in practice.

 

    • Therapeutic Dialogues help you perfect your communication skills with specific examples of nurse-client interactions.

 

    • Built-In Study Guide reinforces your understanding with multiple-choice questions; multiple-response questions and clinical examples at the end of each chapter.

 

    • Watch and Learn icons point you to corresponding true-to-life Lippincott® Theory to Practice Video Series videos for a richer understanding of important mental health disorders.

 

    • New! Unfolding Patient Stories written by the National League for Nursing put the nursing process in a realistic context to prepare you for successful client interactions and interventions.

 

 

NOTE: This sale only contains a converted PDF of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing; 8th edition; meaning page numbers and formatting will NOT match the printed book.

 

book-author

Shelia Videbeck

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health

file-type

PDF

pages

552 pages [1206 pages in PDF]

language

English

asin

B07XZCJXPN

isbn10

1975116372

isbn13

9781975116378

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Title Page……Page 5
Copyright Page……Page 6
Contents……Page 2
Reviewers……Page 8
Preface……Page 10
Acknowledgments……Page 16
UNIT 1 Current Theories and Practice……Page 23
1. Foundations of Psychiatric–Mental Health Nursing……Page 24
Mental Health and Mental Illness……Page 25
Historical Perspectives of the Treatment of Mental Illness……Page 27
Mental Illness in the 21st Century……Page 31
Psychiatric Nursing Practice……Page 38
Student Concerns……Page 41
2. Neurobiologic Theories and Psychopharmacology……Page 54
Introduction……Page 55
The Nervous System and How It Works……Page 56
Brain Imaging Techniques……Page 65
Neurobiologic Causes of Mental Illness……Page 68
Psychopharmacology……Page 70
3. Psychosocial Theories and Therapy……Page 112
Introduction……Page 113
Psychosocial Theories……Page 114
Treatment Modalities……Page 139
The Nurse and Psychosocial Interventions……Page 150
4. Treatment Settings and Therapeutic Programs……Page 161
Treatment Settings……Page 162
Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery……Page 171
Special Populations of Clients with Mental Illness……Page 177
Interdisciplinary Team……Page 180
Psychosocial Nursing in Public Health and Home Care……Page 183
UNIT 2 Building the Nurse–Client Relationship……Page 193
5. Therapeutic Relationships……Page 194
Introduction……Page 195
Components of a Therapeutic Relationship……Page 196
Types of Relationships……Page 210
Establishing the Therapeutic Relationship……Page 211
Avoiding Behaviors that Diminish the Therapeutic Relationship……Page 220
Roles of the Nurse in a Therapeutic Relationship……Page 223
6. Therapeutic Communication……Page 235
Introduction……Page 236
What Is Therapeutic Communication?……Page 237
Verbal Communication Skills……Page 242
Nonverbal Communication Skills……Page 254
Understanding Context……Page 260
Understanding Spirituality……Page 261
The Therapeutic Communication Session……Page 262
Assertive Communication……Page 271
Community-Based Care……Page 273
7. Client’s Response to Illness……Page 282
Individual Factors……Page 283
Interpersonal Factors……Page 291
Cultural Factors……Page 294
8. Assessment……Page 307
Factors Influencing Assessment……Page 308
How to Conduct the Interview……Page 311
Content of the Assessment……Page 313
Data Analysis……Page 325
UNIT 3 Current Social and Emotional Concerns……Page 337
9. Legal and Ethical Issues……Page 338
Legal Considerations……Page 339
Ethical Issues……Page 351
10. Grief and Loss……Page 361
Introduction……Page 362
Types of Losses……Page 363
The Grieving Process……Page 364
Dimensions of Grieving……Page 369
Disenfranchised Grief……Page 380
Complicated Grieving……Page 381
11. Anger, Hostility, and Aggression……Page 408
Introduction……Page 409
Onset and Clinical Course……Page 410
Related Disorders……Page 413
Etiology……Page 415
Treatment……Page 417
Workplace Hostility……Page 429
Community-Based Care……Page 430
12. Abuse and Violence……Page 438
Clinical Picture of Abuse and Violence……Page 439
Characteristics of Violent Families……Page 440
Intimate Partner Violence……Page 444
Child Abuse……Page 451
Elder Abuse……Page 455
Rape And Sexual Assault……Page 462
Community Violence……Page 467
UNIT 4 Nursing Practice for Psychiatric Disorders……Page 477
13. Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders……Page 478
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder……Page 479
Dissociative Disorders……Page 492
14. Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders……Page 516
Introduction……Page 517
Anxiety as a Response to Stress……Page 518
Overview of Anxiety Disorders……Page 526
Related Disorders……Page 529
Etiology……Page 530
Treatment……Page 533
Mental Health Promotion……Page 535
Panic Disorder……Page 536
Phobias……Page 546
Generalized Anxiety Disorder……Page 550
15. Obsessive–Compulsive and RelatedDisorders……Page 559
Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder……Page 560
16. Schizophrenia……Page 588
Introduction……Page 589
Clinical Course……Page 591
Related Disorders……Page 593
Etiology……Page 594
Treatment……Page 598
Community-Based Care……Page 641
Mental Health Promotion……Page 642
17. Mood Disorders and Suicide……Page 652
Introduction……Page 653
Categories of Mood Disorders……Page 656
Related Disorders……Page 657
Etiology……Page 659
Major Depressive Disorder……Page 662
Bipolar Disorder……Page 698
Suicide……Page 720
Community-Based Care……Page 730
Mental Health Promotion……Page 731
18. Personality Disorders……Page 743
Introduction……Page 744
Personality Disorders……Page 745
Etiology……Page 748
Treatment……Page 752
Paranoid Personality Disorder……Page 756
Schizoid Personality Disorder……Page 758
Schizotypal Personality Disorder……Page 759
Antisocial Personality Disorder……Page 761
Borderline Personality Disorder……Page 773
Histrionic Personality Disorder……Page 786
Narcissistic Personality Disorder……Page 788
Avoidant Personality Disorder……Page 790
Dependent Personality Disorder……Page 792
Obsessive–Compulsive Personality Disorder……Page 793
Mental Health Promotion……Page 796
19. Addiction……Page 806
Introduction……Page 807
Types of Substance Abuse……Page 808
Onset and Clinical Course……Page 810
Etiology……Page 812
Types of Substances and Treatment……Page 815
Treatment and Prognosis……Page 828
Mental Health Promotion……Page 850
Substance Abuse In Health Professionals……Page 852
20. Eating Disorders……Page 862
Overview of Eating Disorders……Page 863
Categories of Eating Disorders……Page 864
Etiology……Page 867
Anorexia Nervosa……Page 872
Bulimia Nervosa……Page 876
Mental Health Promotion……Page 893
21. Somatic Symptom Illnesses……Page 909
Introduction……Page 910
Overview of Somatic Symptom Illnesses……Page 911
Etiology……Page 918
Treatment……Page 921
Community-Based Care……Page 936
Mental Health Promotion……Page 937
Introduction……Page 947
Autism Spectrum Disorder……Page 949
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder……Page 955
Mental Health Promotion……Page 974
Introduction……Page 987
Oppositional Defiant Disorder……Page 988
Intermittent Explosive Disorder……Page 991
Conduct Disorder……Page 992
Mental Health Promotion……Page 1007
24. Cognitive Disorders……Page 1015
Introduction……Page 1016
Delirium……Page 1017
Dementia……Page 1031
Answers to Chapter Study Guides……Page 1070
Appendix A Disorders of Sleep and Wakefulness……Page 1097
Appendix B Sexual Dysfunctions and Gender Dysphoria……Page 1102
Appendix C Drug Classification under the Controlled Substances Act……Page 1106
Glossary of Key Terms……Page 1109
Index……Page 1139

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