- Norman, Ian J.
- Ryrie, Iain.
- Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education,
- 0335222935 (pbk.)
- 9780335222933 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- PART 1 FOUNDATIONS Mental health Iain Ryrie and Ian Norman Mental disorder Iain Ryrie and Ian Norman Future directions in mental health promotion and public mental health Lynne Friedli Mental health nursing: origins and traditions Ian Norman and Iain Ryrie Recovery and social inclusion Rachel Perkins and Julie Repper PART 2 CONTEXTS The policy and service context of mental health nursing Andrew McCulloch and Richard Ford Law and ethics of mental health nursing Philip Fennell, Toby Williamson and Victoria Yeates Functional teams and whole systems Steve Onyett Service improvement Jean Penny and Iain Ryrie PART 3 INTERVENTIONS Assessment Iain Ryrie and Ian Norman Assessing and managing risk Steve Morgan and Andrew Wetherell Modern milieus: psychiatric inpatient treatment in the 21st century Anne Aiyegbusi and Kingsley Norton Strategies for living and lifestyle options Alison Faulkner and Iain Ryrie Psychosocial interventions Catherine Gamble and Iain Ryrie Physical health care and serious mental illness Debbie Robson and Richard Gray Psychopharmacology Richard Gray, Daniel Bressington and Howard Chadwick Complementary and alternative therapies Hagen Rampes and Karen Pilkington PART 4 CLIENT GROUPS The person with a perceptual disorder Geoff Brennan The person with an affective/mood disorder Sue Gurney The person with an anxiety disorder Phil Confue The person with an eating disorder Chris Prestwood The person with co-existing mental health and substance misuse problems ('dual diagnosis') Cheryl Kipping Mental health problems in childhood and adolescence Robin Basu and Jane Padmore The person with dementia John Keady, Sean Page and Kevin Hope Forensic mental health care Stephan Kirby and Graham Durcan The person with a personality disorder Heather Castillo PART 5 CORE PROCEDURES Engaging clients in their care and treatment Marc Thurgood Problems, goals and care planning Lina Gega Self-help Karina Lovell and Judith Gellatly Behavioural techniques Lina Gega Cognitive techniques Lina Gega Medication management to concordance Sue Gurney Therapeutic management of aggression and violence Susan Sookoo Nursing people who self-harm or are suicidal Ian Noonan PART 6 FUTURE DIRECTIONS Future directions: taking recovery into society Ian Norman and Iain Ryrie
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