By Louise Rebraca Shives MSN ARNP CNS
Now with an exhilarating 4-color layout, this center textual content keeps to offer succinct insurance of psychiatric-mental well-being nursing, emphasizing serious innovations within the continuum of care settings, customer and kin schooling and scholar self-awareness. This variation positive factors new chapters: “Student matters and matters” and “Loss, Grief and finish of lifestyles Care.” The 6th version additionally continues well known good points from prior versions together with Self understanding activates whereas including learn packing containers and pupil worksheets on the finish of every chapter.
A back-of-book CD-ROM comprises NCLEX questions, scientific simulations on schizophrenia and melancholy, and monographs on psychotropic medications. The ancillary package deal comprises an Instructor’s source CD-ROM.
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In cultural care repatterning/restructuring, the nurse educates the client to change practices that are not conducive to health. Lefever and Davidhizar (1991) describe how members of a particular Eskimo ethnic group believe that wrapping red yarn around the head can cure pain in the head. The nurse repatterns or teaches a client from this culture that if head pain persists, the continued wrapping of red yarn may delay needed treatment. Regardless of the model of culturally competent nursing care used, the nurse demonstrates sensitivity and respect for the individual client's beliefs, norms, values, and health practices.
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Concerns about the effect of environmental conditions c. Focus on understanding the causes of mental illness d. Use of nursing diagnosis View Answer 4. D While careful client assessment, concerns about the effect of environmental conditions, and attempts to understand the causes of mental illness are still key components of current psychiatricâ mental health nursing that have continued from earlier years, nursing diagnoses were not developed until the 1990s. 5. The certified nurse practitioner of psychiatric nursing performs which of the following functions not performed by the psychiatric nurse generalist?