Comprehensive and easily accessible, this book covers all topics in mental health nursing, including evidence-based practice, applying processes to practice, working with clients with a range of mental disorders, and applying nursing intervention strategies and outcomes.
Mental Health Nursing follows an evidence-based practice model and 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. It takes students them from the classroom into practice with examples, critical reflection questions, fictional senarios which illustrate nursing skills, applying processes to practice, contextual issues and research. Starting with the context of mental health, then building through parts focused on disorders, skills, effective workplace practice and finishing looking forward at government policy 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. Cunningham Dax collection / This collection consists of over 12,000 creative works created by people who have experienced mental illness or psychological trauma. The wonderful cover of Mental Health Nursing comes from this collection and every copy sold will generate a donation to this organisation.
This title is also available as an e-book.