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Lippincott's manual of psychiatric nursing care plans /
Judith M. Schultz, Sheila L. Videbeck.
7th ed.
Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2005.
xi, 465 p. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
0781747880, 9780781747882
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Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2005.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 42) and index.
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This supplemental resource contains 54 nursing care plans that address the most commonly encountered behaviours and behaviour complexes in psychiatric and mental health nursing. DSM-IV terminology and NANDA diagnoses are used throughout.
Main Description
This supplemental resource contains 54 nursing care plans that address the most commonly encountered behaviors in psychiatric-mental health nursing. This edition maintains a strong focus on interdisciplinary care, community resources, Web-based resources, communication examples, and assessment. New features in the Seventh Edition include: expanded content on evidence-based outcomes, increased coverage of grieving, expanded psychopharmacology content, more appendices with ANA standards of care, support groups, and screening tools. The CD-ROM contains printable nursing care plans and psychotropic drug monographs.
Table of Contents
Using the Manualp. 1
Nursing Students and Instructorsp. 3
Clinical Nursing Staffp. 4
Using the Manual's CD-ROM to Write Individualized Psychiatric Nursing Care Plansp. 6
Basic Conceptsp. 7
Fundamental Beliefsp. 9
Therapeutic Milieup. 9
Care Delivery Settingsp. 12
Sexualityp. 13
Spiritualityp. 15
Culturep. 15
The Aging Clientp. 18
Lonelinessp. 18
HIV Disease and AIDSp. 19
Homelessnessp. 21
Stressp. 22
Crisis Interventionp. 22
Community Violencep. 23
Community Grief and Disaster Responsep. 23
The Nursing Processp. 25
Evidence-Based Practicep. 31
Best Practicesp. 32
Interdisciplinary Treatment Teamp. 33
Nurse--Client Interactionsp. 33
Role of the Psychiatric Nursep. 38
Role of the Clientp. 41
Recommended Readingsp. 42
Web Resourcesp. 42
Care Plansp. 43
General Care Plansp. 47
Building a Trust Relationshipp. 48
Discharge Planningp. 53
Deficient Knowledgep. 59
Noncompliancep. 62
Supporting the Caregiverp. 67
Review Questionsp. 72
Recommended Readingsp. 73
Web Resourcesp. 73
Community-Based Carep. 74
Persistent and Severe Mental Illnessp. 75
Acute Episode Carep. 81
Partial Community Supportp. 87
Review Questionsp. 96
Recommended Readingsp. 97
Web Resourcesp. 97
Disorders Diagnosed in Childhood or Adolescencep. 98
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorderp. 99
Conduct Disordersp. 104
Adjustment Disorders of Adolescencep. 110
Review Questionsp. 116
Recommended Readingsp. 117
Web Resourcesp. 117
Delirium and Dementiap. 118
Deliriump. 119
Dementiap. 123
Review Questionsp. 131
Recommended Readingsp. 132
Web Resourcesp. 132
Substance-Related Disordersp. 133
Alcohol Withdrawalp. 134
Substance Withdrawalp. 139
Dual Diagnosisp. 144
Review Questionsp. 149
Recommended Readingsp. 150
Web Resourcesp. 150
Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders/Symptomsp. 151
Schizophreniap. 152
Delusionsp. 159
Hallucinationsp. 163
Delusional Disorderp. 168
Psychotic Behavior Related to a Medical Conditionp. 171
Review Questionsp. 175
Recommended Readingsp. 176
Web Resourcesp. 176
Mood Disorders and Related Behaviorsp. 177
Major Depressive Disorderp. 178
Suicidal Behaviorp. 187
Bipolar Disorder, Manic Episodep. 197
Review Questionsp. 205
Recommended Readingsp. 206
Web Resourcesp. 206
Anxiety Disordersp. 207
Anxious Behaviorp. 208
Phobiasp. 214
Obsessive Compulsive Disorderp. 218
Posttraumatic Stress Disorderp. 222
Review Questionsp. 228
Recommended Readingsp. 229
Web Resourcesp. 229
Somatoform and Dissociative Disordersp. 230
Somatization Disorderp. 231
Conversion Disorderp. 238
Hypochondriasisp. 244
Dissociative Disordersp. 251
Review Questionsp. 257
Recommended Readingsp. 258
Web Resourcesp. 258
Eating Disordersp. 259
Anorexia Nervosap. 260
Bulimia Nervosap. 270
Review Questionsp. 277
Recommended Readingsp. 278
Web Resourcesp. 278
Sleep Disorders and Adjustment Disordersp. 279
Sleep Disordersp. 280
Adjustment Disorders of Adultsp. 284
Review Questionsp. 287
Recommended Readingsp. 288
Web Resourcesp. 288
Personality Disordersp. 289
Paranoid Personality Disorderp. 290
Schizoid and Schizotypal Personality Disordersp. 298
Antisocial Personality Disorderp. 302
Borderline Personality Disorderp. 306
Dependent Personality Disorderp. 312
Passive--Aggressive Personality Disorderp. 316
Review Questionsp. 320
Recommended Readingsp. 321
Web Resourcesp. 321
Behavioral and Problem-Based Care Plansp. 322
Withdrawn Behaviorp. 323
Hostile Behaviorp. 329
Aggressive Behaviorp. 335
Sexual, Emotional, or Physical Abusep. 344
Griefp. 352
Disturbed Body Imagep. 358
Living With a Chronic or Terminal Illnessp. 364
Neurologic Illnessesp. 370
Head Injuryp. 375
Substance Dependence Treatment Programp. 381
Adult Children of Alcoholicsp. 386
The Client Who Will Not Eatp. 391
Review Questionsp. 397
Recommended Readingsp. 398
Web Resourcesp. 398
Referencesp. 399
Answers to Section Review Questionsp. 401
Glossaryp. 403
Appendicesp. 409
DSM-IV-TR Classificationp. 409
NANDA Taxonomy II: Domains, Classes, Diagnostic Concepts, and Diagnosesp. 426
Sample Psychosocial Assessment Toolp. 432
Standards of Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nursing Practicep. 434
Canadian Standards of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Practice (2nd ed.)p. 436
Communication Techniquesp. 442
Defense Mechanismsp. 444
Psychopharmacologyp. 446
Case Study and Care Planp. 457
Indexp. 459
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