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7 edition of Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care found in the catalog.

Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care

by Linda M. Gorman

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by F. A. Davis Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing,
  • Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Social aspects,
  • Psychiatric nursing,
  • Nursing - Mental Health,
  • Nursing - Psychiatric

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages423
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9597120M
    ISBN 100803608020
    ISBN 109780803608023

    Medical books Davis's Manual of Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care..a comprehensive pocket guide covers a wide range of psychosocial problems that a nurse might encounter when treating patients hospitalized in medical-surgical settings Medical books Davis's Manual of Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care. by Linda M. Gorman, Donna F. Sultan and Marcia L. Raines - FA Davis Co. . Psychosocial needs of the patient and family are met through the collaborative efforts of a multidisciplinary team; each member brings a unique perspective and specific expertise to the shared plan of care and patient goals.

    Book description: 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. Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care bridges the gap between the information contained in the large, comprehensive psychiatric resources and the information needed to function effectively in a variety of healthcare settings. Key Features Useful for clinician to find the information to effectively handle specific patient problems/5().

      ABSTRACT Chapter 6 of the book "Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care" is presented. The chapter examines the cultural issues to consider in psychosocial nursing care. The aspects of a culturally competent nursing care are awareness of cultural differences and ability to assess and intervene appropriately and effectively. Some large national organizations (e.g., the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs [VA] health care system [Karlin and Cross, ]) have developed their own programs to ensure that evidence-based psychosocial interventions are available in routine care. In general, however, evidence-based psychosocial interventions often are not available as.


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Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care by Linda M. Gorman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care 3rd Edition by Linda M. Gorman RN MN PMHCNS-BC FPCN (Author), Donna F. Sultan RN MS (Author)Cited by:   SECTION I. Aspects of Psychosocial Nursing 1.

Introduction to Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care 2. Psychosocial Response to Illness 3. Psychosocial Skills 4. Nurses’ Responses to Difficult Patient Behaviors 5. Crisis Intervention 6. Cultural Considerations: Implications for Psychosocial Nursing Care SECTION II.

Commonly Encountered Problems : $   Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care. This concise, quick reference text allows the nurse to easily find inf ormation on a specific psychosocial problem commonly seen in practice.4/5.

Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care By Linda M. Gorman (Author) In Medicine, ZZ Free AJN Book of the Year. Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care. F.A. This concise, quick-reference handbook addresses common psychosocial and psychiatric problems as they are most commonly encountered.

Lists behavioral patterns that suggest a need to refer the patient to a psychiatrist, psychologist, or clinical nurse F. Sultan RN MS is the author of 'Psychosocial Nursing for General Patient Care', published under ISBN and ISBN Price: $   The Paperback of the Davis's Manual of Psychosocial Nursing in General Patient Care by Linda M.

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The New Care Plan Answer Book for Activity, Psychosocial and Social Work Programs MDS Psychosocial Care and Its Measurement A Report to the Profession and Blueprint for Action. Institute for the (SW/ACT/NURSING/CNA) Davis, E., Greenwald, S., Pareti, T., ().File Size: KB.

Psychosocial Nursing: A Guide to Nursing the Whole Person and over 2 million other books are available for Amazon Kindle/5(5). Synopsis 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/5(6).

Psychosocial Nursing General Patient Care by Linda M. Gorman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). entitled “Cancer for the whole patient: meeting psychosocial health needs” [6]. The document states that the psychosocial dimension, including appropriate assessment and interven-tions, must become an integral part of routine cancer care for all patients.

While supportive care during the treatment phase has improved considerably during the. Introduction to psychosocial nursing for general patient care --Psychosocial response to illness --Psychosocial skills --Nurses' responses to difficult patient behaviors --Crisis intervention --Cultural considerations: implications for psychosocial nursing care --Problems with anxiety --Problems with anger --Problems with affect and mood --Problems with confusion --Problems with psychotic thought.

Even when adult patients are able to communicate, as discussed in Chapters 1 and 2, family members are key caregivers, especially for older adults. Treatment planning and planning for managing the effects of illness requires communication with the patient’s caregivers as well as with the by: 1.

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 for general patient care. [Linda M Gorman; Donna Sultan] -- This concise, quick reference handbook will help prepare students and nurses for common psychosocial and psychiatric problems that can coincide with patients' medical problems.

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American Libraries. Uploaded by AltheaB on June 1, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The course focuses on interviewing skills, and the students use the book to look at various ways of maladapative coping.

Psychosocial nursing is usually thought of as the domain of mental-health nursing; but this is not true "half this game is ninty per cent mental" as Casey Stengel once famously said/5.

Psychosocial Nursing Care: A Guide to Nursing the Whole Person Julie Moules Primary care liaison nurse, Mid-Devon Learning Disability Team AS A learning disability nurse, I immediately recognised the discussion presented in this book.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.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.