6 edition of Psychosocial nursing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Frances Monet Carter.|
|LC Classifications||RC440 .C32 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 538 p. :|
|Number of Pages||538|
|LC Control Number||75005756|
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Cancer care for the whole patient: meeting psychosocial health needs / Committee on Psychosocial Services to Cancer Patients / Families in a Community Setting, Board on Health Care Services ; Nancy E. Adler and Ann E.K. Page, editors. Walker, S. (). Transforming Nursing Practice Series: Psychosocial interventions in mental health nursing 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi:
Genre/Form: Essay: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnes, Elizabeth. Psychosocial nursing. London, New York [etc.] Tavistock Publications, providing psychosocial nursing care to the patients. The common psychosocial issues seen in the patients are despair, anxiety, depression, social isolation, disturbed self-esteem, fear of abandonment, loss of control, and disturbed body image. Good communication skills and assessment are very important to build therapeutic relationships,File Size: KB.
The hospital as a therapeutic institution --Development of nursing techniques () --Family-centered nursing () --Application of psychosocial nursing --Summing up. Series Title: Social science paperbacks, Psychosocial Nursing Care: A Guide to Nursing the Whole Person - Ebook written by Dave Roberts. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Psychosocial Nursing Care: A Guide to Nursing the Whole Person.
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Focuses on psychosocial problems faced by nurses in Psychosocial nursing book care settings— home care, nursing homes, residential care, outpatient, psychiatric home care, and the hospital.; Evaluates psychosocial responses to the stresses of illness, illness of a family member, hospitalization, or alterations in mental health, and provides clinically relevant by: This new edition of Psychosocial Nursing Care Along the Cancer Continuum has been expanded and updated to address the growing role of psycho-oncology in the care of individuals confronted with a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Focusing on patient-centered care, this text reflects the importance of family caregivers, interpersonal and social. The Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services is a peer-reviewed, monthly journal for psychosocial and mental health nurses in a variety of community and institutional settings.
Psychosocial nursing diagnoses are often used with patients who have diseases like depression, bipolar diseases, anorexia, bulimia, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, have attempted or are thinking of suicide, have death or dying issues, coping and self-esteem issues or behavioral issues.
Since the publication of the first edition of this book inawareness of the importance of attending to the psychosocial needs of patients with cancer has grown continually.
Along with the physical hardships of the disease, its treatment and aftermath require ongoing psychosocial support.
Oncology nurses are in the optimal position to address these needs, given the significant amount of. Psychosocial Nursing Care Along the Cancer Continuum is essential reading for nurses providing direct patient care and also serves as a vital resource for advanced practice nurses in addressing the management of common psychosocial issues experienced Cited by: Psychosocial Nursing Care Along the Cancer Continuum (Third Edition) Nancy Jo Bush.
Linda M. Gorman. Psychosocial nursing book Since the publication of the first edition of this book inawareness of the importance of attending to the psychosocial needs of patients with cancer has grown continually.
Along with the physical hardships of the. Thorough Psychosocial Assessment Case Scenario Mrs. T is an 81 year old married female, admitted to the nursing home due to multiple falls in her assisted living community.
She has one daughter who lives locally who accompanied her. Her husband has lived in the File Size: KB. Psychosocial Nursing Care Along the Cancer Continuum (Third Edition) Chapter 1 - Psychosocial Impact of Cancer on the Individual, Family, and Society.
Linda M. Gorman. Chapter 1 examines the psychosocial impact of cancer on the individual, family, and society. Price: $ Add to cart. Providing effective, holistic care for patients with cancer requires skill in addressing both physical and psychosocial needs.
Psychosocial Dimensions of Oncology Nursing Care examines not only patient concerns but also the issues that family and healthcare professionals encounter during the cancer experience.
The latest edition features new updates and perspectives on common aspects of. AJN Book of the Year This concise, quick-reference handbook addresses common psychosocial and psychiatric problems as they are most commonly encountered--in conjunction with a patient's medical problems.
It's the resource your students can turn to identify symptoms of mental health disorders and know how to intervene quickly and effectively to keep patients safe. Psychosocial Interventions in Mental Health Nursing is a clear and well presented text suitable for pre-registration mental health nurses or nurses seeking an introductory text into psychosocial interventions.
The book includes chapters on several different psychosocial interventions (e.g. CBT, mindfulness and DBT) and aligns with the NMC. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services | Psychosocial Nursing Assessment and Intervention: Care of the Physically III Person, 2nd ed.
Patricia Barry; Philadelphia: J.B Author: Roberta Schweitzer. An introduction to psychosocial interventions. In S. Walker Transforming Nursing Practice Series: Psychosocial interventions in mental health nursing (pp. 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Inc.
doi: /n2. Turton. Psychosocial nursing diagnosis is the best-known gateway for treating psychological disorders.
Psychosocial is the combination of two words, psycho (meaning mental or psychological) and social, which collectively gives a meaning of mental disorders affected by social factors. Psychosocial Nursing Care Along the Cancer Continuum (Third Edition) 0. No votes yet. Since the publication of the first edition of this book inawareness of the importance of attending to the psychosocial needs of patients with cancer has grown continually.
Along with the physical hardships of the disease, its treatment and aftermath. Learn psychosocial nursing with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of psychosocial nursing flashcards on Quizlet.
Nursing involves caring for the whole person, and taking care of both physical and psychosocial needs. This book aims to help the reader to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to care for the whole person and to ensure the patient is at the centre of the care-giving experience/5(5).
Hey Andrew, I got this from the internet: “ by Daytonite 3 Articles;Visitors; 14, Posts Psychosocial nursing diagnoses are often used with patients who have diseases like depression, bipolar diseases, anorexia, bulimia, sub.
“Remarkably, though sadly predictably, British psychiatrists still cling to the psycho-social model that has subverted meaningful research for the past 30 years, establishing the validity of Max Planck's observation that science progresses one retirement at a time.”.
All Book Search results » About the author () Barry, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry, Psychotherapist in Private Practice, Nursing Consultant, Hartford, CT.Nursing practice is often associated with caring for the body (Sheridan & Radmacher ) and is underpinned by psychosocial care.
The physiological disease is assessed upon patients’ admission into hospitals, Sheldon () and Oliviere et al () added that a holistic approach of care, that is, the psychosocial and spiritual health should be considered in order to inform nursing practice.
Read "Psychosocial Nursing Care: A Guide To Nursing The Whole Person" by Dave Roberts available from Rakuten Kobo. This book aims to give the nurse the theoretical framework and the practical knowledge and skills to deal effectively wi Brand: Mcgraw-Hill Education.