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Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing

by Tony Gilliam

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community nursing,
  • Psychiatric nursing,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Nursing - Mental Health,
  • Nursing - Psychiatric,
  • Medical / Nursing / Psychiatric,
  • Community mental health servic,
  • Community mental health services

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9630359M
    ISBN 100415259789
    ISBN 109780415259781

      Reflections on how nursing is and used to be two of the authors of “Memories Beneath our Cap,” a look at the life and times of the Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing graduating class of The book provides a glimpse into nursing education in the s through the memories of nurses who began as part of a group of 61 who settle. This exciting and long-awaited new book is a companion volume to the respected Community Mental Health Nursing and Dementia Care: Practice Perspectives (Open University Press, , edited by Keady, Clarke and Adams). The book enhances the link between theory and practice, providing a rounded and evidence-based account of the complexity.

    Community mental health nursing Previous Next. The changing role of the community psychiatric nurse Tony Gillam Clinical team leader, Worcestershire Early Intervention Team His book Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing is published by Routledge. You must have prepared five written reflective accounts in the three year period since your registration was last renewed or you joined the register. Each reflective account must be recorded on the approved form and must refer to: and how they relate to the Code. We want to encourage nurses, midwives and nursing associates to reflect on their.

      This is an essay of a psychiatric nurse practitioner working in a rural clinic as a locum tenens provider. Patients have few resources. The psych NP needs to make connections with patients and also find her own psychological supports so she can do this intensely personal work. Who was that masked man: the identity of the community psychiatric nurse -- No such thing as society: sociological aspects of community psychiatric nursing -- A day in the life: the role of the community psychiatric nurse -- Learning in lay-bys: teaching and assessing -- Risky business: risk-taking and safe practice -- If you're happy and you know it: promoting positive mental health.


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Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing provides new insights into many aspects of the CPN's work. Written by a practising CPN, this is a lively and easy-to-read introduction to the key debates in community mental health, covering issues including: * professional identity * Format: Paperback.

Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing provides a broad range of insights into many aspects of the CPN's work. Writing in a fresh and accessible style, Tony Gillam explores questions such as: professional identity - the community and the role of the nurse - teaching, assessment and clinical supervision - good practice and the concept of risk - mental health promotion - user 5/5(1).

Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing looks at the changing trends in psychiatric nursing over the last decade. This book offers students a lively and easy-to-read introduction to the key debates in psychiatric nursing. Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing Cris Allen.

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Author Guidelines - Reflections The Reflections essay (word limit), which appears each month inside the back cover of AJN, is a forum for previously unpublished personal stories exploring any aspect of nursing, health, or health care.

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Reflections on Community Psychiatric Nursing provides a broad range of insights into many aspects of the CPN's work. Writing in a fresh and accessible style, Tony Gillam explores questions such as: professional identity - the community and the role of the nurse - teaching, assessment and clinical supervision - good practice and the concept of risk - mental health promotion - user involvement 5/5(1).

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s, mental health care in the community was reformed and implemented a form of community mental health team which is a team of professions including a psychiatric, psychologist, social worker, occupational therapist and care coordinator, manage people with mental illnesses in the community settings (ABC of Mental Health,2nd Edition).

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Reflections is coordinated by Madeleine Mysko, MA, RN: [email protected] A podcast of this essay is available at AJN, American Journal of Nursing: February - Volume - Issue 2 - p doi: /NAJ At the direction of her psychiatric mental health NP (who she loved), she went from.

Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 18(7), doi: /jx NHS Scotland, () An Evaluation of the Impact of the Dissemination of Educational Resources to Support Values-Based and Recovery-Focused Recovery Learning Materials. Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is the appointed position of a nurse that specialises in mental health, and cares for people of all ages experiencing mental illnesses or include: schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, psychosis, paranoia, and self-harm.Pediatric and Child Health Nursing Maternity and Pediatric Nursing Nursing Pathophysiology Psychiatric and Mental Health Community Health Administration, Management and Leadership Practical and Vocational (LPN/LVN) Test Preparation and Review Skills and Procedures Critical Care Gerontology Maternal and Women's Health Nursing Cardiac Care.lm.!.

Nurs. Stud. Vol, No. =, pp. Iil. 00_/89 $+ Printed in Great Britain, 5 Pergarnon Press plc Reflections on the philosophy of caring in mental health PHIL BARKER, Ph.D., Clinical Nurse Consultant, Royal Dundee Liff Hospital, Dundee DD2 SNE, U.

K. Abstract-The trend towards definition of the role of the nurse as `therapist' in mental health has resulted in Cited by: