精神看護の原理と実践(第9版)<br>Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing (9TH)

精神看護の原理と実践(第9版)
Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing (9TH)

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基本説明

Brandon/Hill Nursing List first-purchase selection (#328). Textbook presents current guidelines for psychiatric nursing care. This edition features a greater emphasis on primary care and recovery-focused psychiatric nursing. For nurses and nursing students. Previous edition: c2005.

Table of Contents

  UNIT ONE Principles of Psychiatric Nursing
Care
Roles and Functions of Psychiatric-Mental 2 (11)
Health Nurses: Competent Caring
Gail W. Stuart
Historical Perspectives 2 (4)
Role Emergence 4 (1)
Evolving Functions 5 (1)
Contemporary Practice 6 (3)
Nurse-Patient Partnership 6 (1)
Competent Caring 7 (2)
Levels of Performance 9 (1)
Laws 9 (1)
Qualifications 9 (1)
Practice Setting 9 (1)
Personal Initiative 10 (1)
Psychiatric Nursing Agenda 10 (3)
Outcome Evaluation 10 (1)
Leadership Skills 10 (1)
Political Action 10 (3)
Therapeutic Nurse-Patient Relationship 13 (31)
Gail W. Stuart
Characteristics of The Relationship 13 (1)
Personal Qualities of The Nurse 14 (3)
Awareness of Self 14 (2)
Clarification of Values 16 (1)
Exploration of Feelings 17 (1)
Serving as Role Model 17 (1)
Altruism 17 (1)
Ethics and Responsibility 17 (1)
Phases of The Relationship 17 (5)
Preinteraction Phase 18 (1)
Introductory, or Orientation, Phase 19 (2)
Working Phase 21 (1)
Termination Phase 21 (1)
Facilitative Communication 22 (9)
Verbal Communication 22 (1)
Nonverbal Communication 22 (2)
The Communication Process 24 (3)
Therapeutic Communication Techniques 27 (4)
Responsive Dimensions 31 (4)
Genuineness 31 (1)
Respect 31 (2)
Empathic Understanding 33 (1)
Concreteness 34 (1)
Action Dimensions 35 (4)
Confrontation 35 (1)
Immediacy 36 (1)
Nurse Self-Disclosure 36 (1)
Emotional Catharsis 37 (1)
Role Playing 37 (2)
Therapeutic Impasses 39 (3)
Resistance 39 (1)
Transference 39 (1)
Countertransference 40 (1)
Boundary Violations 41 (1)
Therapeutic Outcome 42 (2)
The Stuart Stress Adaptation Model of 44 (13)
Psychiatric Nursing Care
Gail W. Stuart
Theoretical Assumptions 44 (1)
Describing Mental Health And Illness 45 (3)
Defining Mental Health 46 (1)
Dimensions of Mental Illness 46 (2)
Biopsychosocial Components 48 (3)
Predisposing Factors 48 (1)
Precipitating Stressors 48 (1)
Appraisal of Stressor 49 (1)
Coping Resources 50 (1)
Coping Mechanisms 51 (1)
Patterns of Response 51 (1)
Nursing Diagnoses 51 (1)
Relationship to Medical Diagnoses 51 (1)
Classifying Mental Disorders 51 (1)
Treatment Stages and Activities 52 (5)
Crisis Stage 53 (1)
Acute Stage 53 (1)
Maintenance Stage 53 (1)
Health Promotion Stage 53 (4)
Evidence-Based Psychiatric Nursing Practice 57 (10)
Gail W. Stuart
Evidence-Based Practice 57 (3)
Bases for Nursing Practice 58 (1)
Developing Evidence-Based Care 59 (1)
Practice Guidelines 60 (2)
Clinical Pathways 61 (1)
Clinical Algorithms 62 (1)
Outcome Measurement 62 (2)
Patient Satisfaction 63 (1)
Quality Report Cards 64 (1)
Evidence Base For Psychiatric Nursing 64 (3)
Practice
Agenda for Psychiatric Nursing Research 64 (1)
Beyond Evidence-Based Practice 65 (2)
Biological Context of Psychiatric Nursing 67 (20)
Care
Donald L. Taylor
Michele T. Laraia
Structure And Function of The Brain 67 (10)
Neuroimaging Techniques 77 (1)
Biological Rhythms 77 (3)
Circadian Rhythms 79 (1)
Sleep 80 (1)
Psychoneuroimmunology 80 (1)
Genetics 81 (2)
Genetics of Mental Illness 82 (1)
Impact of the Human Genome Project 83 (1)
Biological Assessment of The Patient 83 (4)
Psychological Context of Psychiatric 87 (10)
Nursing Care
Gail W. Stuat
Mental Status Examination 87 (1)
Eliciting Clinical Information 88 (1)
Content of The Examination 88 (7)
Appearance 88 (1)
Speech 89 (1)
Motor Activity 89 (1)
Interaction During the Interview 89 (1)
Mood 90 (1)
Affect 90 (1)
Perceptions 90 (1)
Thought Content 90 (1)
Thought Process 91 (1)
Level of Consciousness 91 (1)
Memory 92 (1)
Level of Concentration and Calculation 92 (1)
Information and Intelligence 92 (2)
Judgment 94 (1)
Insight 94 (1)
Documenting Clinical Information 94 (1)
Mini-Mental State Examination 95 (1)
Psychological Tests 95 (1)
Behavioral Rating Scales 95 (2)
Social, Cultural, and Spiritual Context of 97 (12)
Psychiatric Nursing Care
Linda D. Oakley
Cultural Competency 97 (1)
Risk Factors and Protective Factors 98 (5)
Age 100(1)
Ethnicity 100(1)
Gender 101(1)
Education 102(1)
Income 102(1)
Beliefs 103(1)
Nursing Assessment and Diagnosis 103(2)
Treatment Implications 105(4)
Service Utilization 106(1)
Therapeutic Nurse---Patient Interactions 106(1)
Psychopharmacology 106(3)
Environmental Context of Psychiatric 109(12)
Nursing Care
Gail W. Stuart
Environmental Perspectives 109(2)
The Global View 109(1)
The National View 110(1)
Mental Health Delivery System 111(2)
Managed Behavioral Health Care 111(2)
Access To Services 113(2)
Employee Assistance Programs 114(1)
Treatment Parity 114(1)
Telepsychiatry 115(1)
Computer Technology 115(1)
Clinical Appropriateness 115(1)
Medical Necessity 116(1)
Accountability Issues 116(1)
Consumer Empowerment 116(1)
Provider Concerns 117(1)
Service Settings 117(1)
Impact On Psychiatric Nursing 117(4)
Roles in Managed Care 118(1)
Threats and Opportunities 118(3)
Legal and Ethical Context of Psychiatric 121(20)
Nursing Care
Gail W. Stuart
Ethical Standards 121(2)
Ethical Decision Making 121(1)
Ethical Dilemmas 122(1)
Hospitalizing The Patient 123(4)
Voluntary Admission 124(1)
Involuntary Admission (Commitment) 124(2)
Discharge 126(1)
Ethical Considerations 126(1)
Involuntary Community Treatment 127(1)
Patients' Rights 127(7)
Right to Communicate with People 128(1)
Outside the Hospital
Right to Keep Personal Effects 128(1)
Right to Enter into Contractual 128(1)
Relationships
Right to Education 128(1)
Right to Habeas Corpus 128(1)
Right to Privacy 129(2)
Right to Informed Consent 131(1)
Right to Treatment 132(1)
Right to Refuse Treatment 132(1)
Right to Treatment in the Least 133(1)
Restrictive Setting
Role of Nursing 133(1)
Ethical Considerations 133(1)
Legislative Initiatives 134(2)
Federal Budget Acts 134(1)
Protection and Advocacy Act 134(1)
Americans with Disabilities Act 134(1)
Advance Directives 135(1)
Mental Health Courts 135(1)
Psychiatry and Criminal Responsibility 136(1)
Disposition of Mentally Ill Offenders 136(1)
Legal Role Of The Nurse 136(5)
Nurse as Provider 136(2)
Nurse as Employee 138(1)
Nurse as Citizen 138(3)
Families as Resources, Caregivers, and 141(10)
Collaborators
Gail W. Stuart
Family Assessment 141(2)
Characteristics of the Functional Family 142(1)
Culture 142(1)
Family History 143(1)
Family APGAR 143(1)
Working With Families 143(2)
Competence Paradigm 143(1)
Psychoeducational Programs 144(1)
Benefits Of Family Involvement 145(1)
Barriers To Family Involvement 145(2)
Families as a Population At Risk 147(2)
Building Bridges 149(2)
Implementing the Nursing Process: Standards 151(21)
of Practice and Professional Performance
Gail W. Stuart
The Nursing Process 151(1)
Standards of Practice 152(7)
Accountability and Autonomy 159(1)
Standards of Professional Performance 159(13)
UNIT TWO Continuum of Care
Prevention and Mental Health Promotion 172(12)
Gail W. Sturt
Models of Primary Prevention 172(2)
Public Health Prevention Model 173(1)
Medical Prevention Model 173(1)
Nursing Prevention Model 174(1)
Assessment 174(1)
Risk Factors and Protective Factors 174(1)
Target Populations 174(1)
Planning and Implementation 175(6)
Health Education 175(2)
Environmental Change 177(1)
Social Support 178(1)
Stigma Reduction 179(2)
Evaluation 181(3)
Crisis Intervention 184(15)
Gail W. Stuart
Sandra E. Benter
Crisis Characteristics 184(4)
Crisis Responses 184(2)
Types of Crises 186(2)
Crisis Intervention 188(1)
Assessment 188(1)
Precipitating Event 189(1)
Perception of the Event 189(1)
Support Systems and Coping Resources 189(1)
Coping Mechanisms 189(1)
Planning and Implementation 189(3)
Environmental Manipulation 190(1)
General Support 190(1)
Generic Approach 190(1)
Individual Approach 191(1)
Techniques 191(1)
Evaluation 192(2)
Settings For Crisis Intervention 194(1)
Modalities of Crisis Intervention 195(4)
Mobile Crisis Programs 195(1)
Group Work 195(1)
Telephone Contacts 195(1)
Disaster Response 195(1)
Victim Outreach Programs 196(1)
Health Education 196(3)
Recovery and Psychiatric Rehabilitation 199(19)
Sandra J. Sundeen
Tertiary Prevention In Psychiatric Care 199(2)
Rehabilitation 199(1)
Recovery 200(1)
Assessment 201(6)
The Individual 201(3)
The Family 204(2)
The Community 206(1)
Planning and Implementation 207(7)
The Individual 207(5)
The Family 212(1)
The Community 213(1)
Evaluation 214(4)
Patient Evaluation 214(1)
Program Evaluation 214(4)
UNIT THREE Applying Principles in Nursing
Practice
Anxiety Responses and Anxiety Disorders 218(23)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Anxiety Responses 218(1)
Defining Characteristics 218(1)
Levels of Anxiety 219(1)
Assessment 219(7)
Behaviors 219(3)
Predisposing Factors 222(2)
Precipitating Stressors 224(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 225(1)
Coping Resources 225(1)
Coping Mechanisms 225(1)
Diagnosis 226(4)
Nursing Diagnoses 226(1)
Medical Diagnoses 227(3)
Outcomes Identification 230(1)
Planning 230(1)
Implementation 231(6)
Severe and Panic Levels of Anxiety 232(2)
Moderate Level of Anxiety 234(3)
Evaluation 237(4)
Psychophysiological Responses and 241(16)
Somatoform and Sleep Disorders
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Psychophysiological Responses 241(1)
Assessment 242(5)
Behaviors 242(3)
Predisposing Factors 245(2)
Precipitating Stressors 247(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 247(1)
Coping Resources 247(1)
Coping Mechanisms 247(1)
Diagnosis 248(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 248(1)
Medical Diagnoses 249(1)
Outcomes Identification 249(1)
Planning 250(1)
Implementation 250(3)
Psychological Approaches 250(3)
Patient Education 253(1)
Physiological Support 253(1)
Evaluation 253(4)
Self-Concept Responses and Dissociative 257(25)
Disorders
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Self-Concept Responses 257(3)
Self-Concept 257(1)
Body Image 258(1)
Self-Ideal 258(1)
Self-Esteem 259(1)
Role Performance 260(1)
Personal Identity 260(1)
Healthy Personality 260(1)
Assessment 260(8)
Behaviors 260(5)
Predisposing Factors 265(1)
Precipitating Stressors 266(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 267(1)
Coping Resources 267(1)
Coping Mechanisms 267(1)
Diagnosis 268(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 269(1)
Medical Diagnoses 269(1)
Outcomes Identification 269(2)
Planning 271(1)
Implementation 271(8)
Expanded Self-Awareness 272(1)
Self-Exploration 273(1)
Self-Evaluation 274(2)
Realistic Planning 276(1)
Commitment to Action 277(2)
Evaluation 279(3)
Emotional Responses and Mood Disorders 282(31)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Emotional Responses 282(3)
Grief Reactions 283(1)
Depression 283(2)
Mania 285(1)
Assessment 285(11)
Behaviors 285(3)
Predisposing Factors 288(5)
Precipitating Stressors 293(2)
Appraisal of Stressors 295(1)
Coping Resources 295(1)
Coping Mechanisms 296(1)
Diagnosis 296(2)
Nursing Diagnoses 296(1)
Medical Diagnoses 297(1)
Outcomes Identification 298(1)
Planning 298(2)
Acute Treatment Phase 299(1)
Continuation Treatment Phase 299(1)
Maintenance Treatment Phase 299(1)
Implementation 300(10)
Environmental Interventions 300(1)
Nurse-Patient Relationship 301(1)
Physiological Treatments 301(1)
Expressing Feelings 302(3)
Cognitive Strategies 305(1)
Behavioral Change 306(1)
Social Skills 307(1)
Family and Group Treatment 307(1)
Mental Health Education 308(2)
Evaluation 310(3)
Self-Protective Responses and Suicidal 313(21)
Behavior
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Self-Protective Responses 313(2)
Epidemiology of Suicide 314(1)
Assessment 315(8)
Behaviors 315(3)
Predisposing Factors 318(3)
Precipitating Stressors 321(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 322(1)
Coping Resources 322(1)
Coping Mechanisms 323(1)
Diagnosis 323(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 323(1)
Medical Diagnoses 323(1)
Outcomes Identification 323(2)
Planning 325(1)
Implementation 326(3)
Protection and Safety 326(1)
Increasing Self-Esteem 327(1)
Regulating Emotions and Behaviors 327(1)
Mobilizing Social Support 327(1)
Patient Education 328(1)
Suicide Prevention 328(1)
Evaluation 329(5)
Neurobiological Responses and Schizophrenia 334(35)
and Psychotic Disorders
Mary D. Moller
Continuum Of Neurobiological Responses 334(1)
Assessment 335(14)
Behaviors 337(6)
Physical Health 343(1)
Predisposing Factors 343(4)
Precipitating Stressors 347(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 348(1)
Coping Resources 348(1)
Coping Mechanisms 348(1)
Diagnosis 349(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 349(1)
Medical Diagnoses 349(1)
Outcomes Identification 350(1)
Planning 351(2)
Implementation 353(12)
Interventions in the Crisis and Acute 355(4)
Phases
Interventions in the Maintenance Phase 359(4)
Interventions in the Health Promotion 363(2)
Phase
Evaluation 365(4)
Social Responses and Personality Disorders 369(19)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum Of Social Responses 369(2)
Adaptive and Maladaptive Responses 369(1)
Development Through the Life Cycle 370(1)
Assessment 371(7)
Behaviors 371(4)
Predisposing Factors 375(1)
Precipitating Stressors 376(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 377(1)
Coping Resources 377(1)
Coping Mechanisms 377(1)
Diagnosis 378(2)
Nursing Diagnoses 378(1)
Medical Diagnoses 378(2)
Outcomes Identification 380(1)
Planning 381(1)
Implementation 381(3)
Protection from Self-Harm 382(1)
Establishing a Therapeutic Relationship 382(1)
Family Involvement 382(1)
Milieu Therapy 383(1)
Limit Setting and Structure 383(1)
Focusing on Strengths 384(1)
Behavioral Strategies 384(1)
Medications 384(1)
Evaluation 384(4)
Cognitive Responses and Organic Mental 388(26)
Disorders
Gail W. Stuart
Michele T. Laraia
Continuum of Cognitive Responses 388(1)
Assessment 389(13)
Behaviors 389(6)
Predisposing Factors 395(4)
Precipitating Stressors 399(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 400(1)
Coping Resources 401(1)
Coping Mechanisms 401(1)
Diagnosis 402(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 402(1)
Medical Diagnoses 402(1)
Outcomes Identification 402(2)
Planning 404(1)
Implementation 404(5)
Intervening in Delirium 404(2)
Intervening in Dementia 406(3)
Evaluation 409(5)
Chemically Mediated Responses and 414(44)
Substance-Related Disorders
Donald L. Taylor
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Chemically Mediated Responses 414(4)
Definition of Terms 414(1)
Attitudes Toward Substance Abuse 415(1)
Prevalence 416(2)
Assessment 418(18)
Screening for Substance Abuse 418(2)
Behaviors of Abuse and Dependence 420(12)
Dual Diagnosis 432(1)
Predisposing Factors 433(1)
Precipitating Stressors 434(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 435(1)
Coping Resources 435(1)
Coping Mechanisms 436(1)
Diagnosis 436(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 436(1)
Medical Diagnoses 437(1)
Outcomes Identification 437(1)
Planning 438(1)
Implementation 439(16)
Intervening in Withdrawal 439(3)
Intervening to Maintain Abstinence 442(3)
Effects of Drug Use During Pregnancy 445(1)
Psychological Interventions 445(3)
Social Interventions 448(3)
Working with Dually Diagnosed Patients 451(3)
Intervening with Impaired Colleagues 454(1)
Preventive Interventions 454(1)
Evaluation 455(3)
Eating Regulation Responses and Eating 458(19)
Disorders
Gail W. Stuart
Carolyn E. Cochrane
Continuum of Eating Regulation Responses 458(2)
Prevalence of Eating Disorders 459(1)
Assessment 460(6)
Behaviors 460(1)
Medical Complications 461(1)
Psychiatric Complications 462(1)
Predisposing Factors 463(1)
Precipitating Stressors 464(1)
Appraisal of Stressors 465(1)
Coping Resources 465(1)
Coping Mechanisms 466(1)
Diagnosis 466(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 466(1)
Medical Diagnoses 466(1)
Outcomes Identification 467(1)
Planning 467(2)
Choice of Treatment Setting 467(2)
Nurse-Patient Contract 469(1)
Implementation 469(4)
Nutritional Stabilization 469(1)
Exercise 470(1)
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions 470(2)
Body Image Interventions 472(1)
Family Involvement 472(1)
Group Therapies 473(1)
Medications 473(1)
Evaluation 473(4)
Sexual Responses and Sexual Disorders 477(23)
Susan G. Poorman
Continuum of Sexual Responses 478(2)
Adaptive and Maladaptive Sexual 478(1)
Responses
Self-Awareness of the Nurse 478(2)
Assessment 480(5)
Behaviors 480(2)
Predisposing Factors 482(1)
Precipitating Stressors 482(2)
Appraisal of Stressors 484(1)
Coping Resources 484(1)
Coping Mechanisms 485(1)
Diagnosis 485(1)
Nursing Diagnoses 485(1)
Medical Diagnoses 486(1)
Outcomes Identification 486(2)
Planning 488(1)
Implementation 488(7)
Health Education 488(2)
Sexual Responses Within the 490(1)
Nurse-Patient Relationship
Maladaptive Sexual Responses 490(4)
Dysfunctions of the Sexual Response 494(1)
Cycle
Evaluation 495(5)
PART FOUR Treatment Modalities
Psychopharmacology 500(35)
Donald L. Taylor
Michele T. Laraia
Role of The Nurse In Psychopharmacology 500(2)
Patient Assessment 501(1)
Coordination of Treatment Modalities 501(1)
Drug Administration 501(1)
Monitoring Drug Effects 501(1)
Medication Education 502(1)
Drug Maintenance Programs 502(1)
Clinical Research Drug Trials 502(1)
Prescriptive Authority 502(1)
Pharmacological Principles 502(7)
Pharmacokinetics 502(1)
Pharmacodynamics 503(1)
Drug Co-Administration 504(2)
Special Populations 506(2)
Biological Basis for Psychopharmacology 508(1)
Antianxiety and Sedative-Hypnotic Drugs 509(4)
Benzodiazepines 509(3)
Nonbenzodiazepine Antianxiety Agents 512(1)
Nonbenzodiazepine Sedative-Hypnotic 512(1)
Agents
Barbiturates and Older Antianxiety and 512(1)
Sedative-Hypnotic Drugs
Antidepressant Drugs 513(7)
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors 515(1)
Other Antidepressant Drugs 516(3)
Tricyclic Antidepressants 519(1)
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors 519(1)
Mood-Stabilizing Drugs 520(4)
Lithium 520(3)
Anticonvulsants 523(1)
Atypical Antipsychotics 524(1)
Benzodiazepines 524(1)
Calcium Channel Blockers 524(1)
Antipsychotic Drugs 524(5)
Atypical Antipsychotics 524(3)
Typical Antipsychotics 527(1)
General Pharmacological Principles 527(2)
Future Developments 529(1)
New Psychopharmacological Agents 529(1)
Genomics 530(1)
Psychiatric Nursing Practice 530(5)
Documentation 530(1)
Patient Education 530(1)
Patient Assistance Programs 531(1)
Promoting Patient Adherence and 531(4)
Compliance
Somatic Therapies 535(14)
Carol M. Burns
Electroconvulsive Therapy 535(7)
Indications 536(1)
Mechanism of Action 537(1)
Adverse Effects 537(1)
Nursing Care 537(5)
Phototherapy 542(1)
Indications 542(1)
Mechanism of Action 543(1)
Adverse Effects 543(1)
Total Sleep Deprivation 543(1)
Indications 543(1)
Mechanism of Action 543(1)
Adverse Effects 543(1)
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation 543(2)
Indications 544(1)
Mechanism of Action 545(1)
Adverse Effects 545(1)
Vagus Nerve Stimulation 545(1)
Indications 545(1)
Mechanism of Action 546(1)
Adverse Effects 546(1)
Deep Brain Stimulation 546(3)
Indications 546(1)
Mechanism of Action 546(1)
Adverse Effects 546(3)
Complementary and Alternative Therapies 549(10)
Therese K. Killeen
Overview of Complementary and Alternative 549(2)
Medicine
Evidence-Based Practice 550(1)
Ethical Issues 551(1)
Depression 551(3)
Herbal Products and Nutrients 551(2)
Acupuncture 553(1)
Exercise 553(1)
Massage 553(1)
Light Therapy 553(1)
Yoga and Meditation 553(1)
Energy Therapies 554(1)
Anxiety 554(1)
Relaxation 554(1)
Therapeutic Touch 554(1)
Yoga and Meditation 554(1)
Herbal Products 554(1)
Substance Use Disorders 555(1)
Acupuncture 555(1)
Yoga and Meditation 555(1)
Biofeedback 555(1)
Eating Disorders 556(1)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 556(1)
Neurofeedback 556(1)
Yoga 556(1)
Dementias 556(1)
Herbal Products 556(1)
Therapeutic Touch 556(1)
Nursing Implications 556(3)
Cognitive and Behavior Change Interventions 559(14)
Gail W. Stuart
Behavior Change Interventions 559(2)
Readiness to Change 560(1)
Motivational Interviewing 561(1)
Behavior Therapy 561(1)
Classical Conditioning 561(1)
Operant Conditioning 562(1)
Increasing Behavior 562(1)
Decreasing Behavior 562(1)
Cognitive Therapy 562(1)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 563(2)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and the 564(1)
Nursing Process
Cognitive Behavioral Assessment 564(1)
Interventions 565(5)
Anxiety Reduction 566(2)
Cognitive Restructuring 568(1)
Learning New Behavior 569(1)
Role Of The Nurse 570(3)
Preventing and Managing Aggressive Behavior 573(21)
Gail W. Stuart
Christine Diane Hamolia
Dimensions of Aggressive Behavior 573(1)
Behavioral Responses 574(1)
Passive Behavior 574(1)
Assertive Behavior 574(1)
Aggressive Behavior 574(1)
Theories On Aggression 575(3)
Psychological 576(1)
Sociocultural 577(1)
Biological 577(1)
Predicting Aggressive Behavior 578(1)
Nursing Assessment 578(2)
Nursing Interventions 580(6)
Self-Awareness 580(1)
Patient Education 580(1)
Assertiveness Training 580(1)
Communication Strategies 580(3)
Environmental Strategies 583(1)
Behavioral Strategies 584(1)
Psychopharmacology 585(1)
Crisis Management Techniques 586(3)
Team Response 586(1)
Seclusion and Restraints 587(2)
Terminating the Intervention 589(1)
Prevention 589(5)
Workplace Guidelines 590(1)
Staff Development 590(1)
Staff Support 591(3)
Therapeutic Groups 594(11)
Gail W. Stuart
Paula M. LaSalle
Arthur J. LaSalle
Overview of Group Therapy 594(1)
Components of Small Groups 595(2)
Structure 595(1)
Size 595(1)
Length of Sessions 595(1)
Communication 595(1)
Roles 595(1)
Power 596(1)
Norms 596(1)
Cohesion 596(1)
Group Development 597(4)
Pregroup Phase 597(1)
Initial Phase 598(1)
Working Phase 599(2)
Termination Phase 601(1)
Evaluation Of The Group 601(1)
Nurses As Group Leaders 601(4)
Groups with Co-Leaders 602(1)
Nurse-Led Groups 602(3)
Family Interventions 605(11)
Janet A. Grossman
The Context of Family Interventions 605(1)
The Family Movement 605(1)
Cultural Competence 605(1)
Professional Training 606(1)
Family Theories and Intervention 606(3)
Approaches
Assessment and Planning 607(1)
Relational Problems 608(1)
Interventions 608(1)
Psychotherapy 608(1)
Outcome Measures 609(1)
Research On Family Interventions 609(3)
Youth 609(2)
Family Psychoeducation 611(1)
Couples Therapy 611(1)
The Role Of The Nurse 612(4)
UNIT FIVE Treatment Settings
Hospital-Based Psychiatric Nursing Care 616(12)
Elizabeth G. Maree
Inpatient Psychiatric Care 616(3)
State Hospitals 617(1)
Crisis Beds 618(1)
Partial Hospital Programs 618(1)
Role of the Nurse 619(1)
Managing The Milieu 619(3)
The Therapeutic Community 619(1)
The Therapeutic Milieu 619(3)
Nursing Implications 622(1)
Implementing Caregiving Activities 622(3)
Assessing and Intervening to Reduce 622(1)
Potential Risks
Patient and Family Education 623(1)
Activities, Groups, and Programs 623(1)
Meeting Physical Needs 624(1)
Discharge Planning 624(1)
Integrating Care Delivery 625(3)
Teamwork and Coordinated Care 625(1)
Resource Allocation 625(1)
Professional, Regulatory, and 625(3)
Accreditation Standards
Community-Based Psychiatric Nursing Care 628(16)
Gail W. Stuart
Historical Perspectives 628(1)
Deinstitutionalization 629(1)
A Systems Model of Care 629(2)
Case Management 629(2)
Assertive Community Treatment 631(1)
Vulnerable Populations In The Community 632(3)
Homeless People with Mental Illness 632(1)
Rural Mentally Ill People 633(1)
Incarcerated Mentally Ill People 634(1)
Psychiatric Care In Community Settings 635(9)
Primary Care Settings 635(1)
Emergency Department Psychiatric Care 636(1)
Home Psychiatric Care 636(3)
Forensic Psychiatric Care 639(5)
UNIT SIX Special Populations in Psychiatry
Child Psychiatric Nursing 644(23)
Sally Raphel
Child Psychiatric Care 644(2)
Etiological Factors 645(1)
Resilience 645(1)
A Framework For Nursing Practice 646(2)
Communication 646(1)
Cultural Competence 646(1)
Legal and Ethical Issues 647(1)
Assessment 648(2)
Key Areas 648(1)
Ego Competency Skills 649(1)
Brain Imaging 650(1)
Diagnosis 650(8)
Medical Diagnoses 650(6)
Nursing Diagnoses 656(2)
Planning 658(1)
Settings 658(1)
Implementation 658(6)
Therapeutic Play 660(1)
Pharmacotherapy 661(1)
Expressive Therapies 662(1)
Bibliotherapy 662(1)
Games 663(1)
Storytelling 663(1)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 664(1)
Milieu Management 664(1)
Evaluation 664(3)
Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing 667(21)
Audrey Redston-Iselin
Developmental Stage 667(1)
Biological View of Adolescence 667(1)
Assessing The Adolescent 668(3)
Body Image 669(1)
Identity 669(1)
Independence 670(1)
Social Role 670(1)
Sexual Behavior 671(1)
Maladaptive Responses 671(10)
Inappropriate Sexual Activity 671(1)
Teen Pregenancy 672(1)
Mood Disorders 673(1)
Suicide 674(1)
Self-Injury 675(1)
Conduct Disorders 676(1)
Violence 676(2)
Substance Use 678(1)
Weight and Body Image Problems 679(2)
Working with Adolescents 681(5)
Health Education 681(1)
Family Therapy 682(1)
Group Therapy 682(1)
Individual Therapy 683(1)
Pharmacotherapy 684(1)
Talking with Adolescents 684(1)
Parents of the Adolescent 685(1)
Evaluating Nursing Care 686(2)
Geropsychiatric Nursing 688(20)
Georgia L. Stevens
Mental Illness in the Elderly Population 688(1)
Role of the Geropsychiatric Nurse 689(1)
Theories of Aging 689(1)
Biological Theories 689(1)
Psychological Theories 690(1)
Sociocultural Theories 690(1)
Assessing The Geriatric Patient 690(5)
The Interview 691(1)
Mental Status Examination 692(1)
Behavioral Responses 693(1)
Functional Abilities 693(1)
Physiological Functioning 694(1)
Social Support 695(1)
Diagnosis of The Geriatric Patient 695(4)
Cognitive Responses 696(1)
Affective Responses 697(1)
Somatic Responses 698(1)
Stress Responses 698(1)
Behavioral Responses 699(1)
Planning And Implementation 699(6)
Therapeutic Milieu 700(1)
Somatic Therapies 701(2)
Interpersonal Interventions 703(2)
Evaluating Care of The Geriatric Patient 705(3)
Care of Survivors of Abuse and Violence 708(17)
Nancy Fishwick
Barbara Parker
Jacquelyn C. Campbell
Dimensions of Family Violence 708(8)
Characteristics of Violent Families 709(1)
Nursing Attitudes Toward Survivors of 710(2)
Violence
Responses of Survivors 712(1)
Preventive Nursing Interventions 713(3)
Special Populations 716(5)
Child Abuse 716(2)
Intimate Partner Violence 718(2)
Elder Abuse 720(1)
Rape and Sexual Assault 721(4)
Definition of Sexual Assault 721(1)
Marital Rape 721(1)
Nursing Care of the Sexual Assault 721(4)
Survivor
Psychological Care of Patients with a 725(23)
Life-Threatening Illness
Penelope Chase
Working With Patients And Families With 725(2)
Life-Threatening Diagnoses
Time of Uncertainty 725(1)
Concerns of Patients and Family Members 726(1)
Psychosocial And Mental Health Care 727(1)
Anxiety 727(1)
Depression 727(1)
Caregiver Stress, Anger, and Sleep 728(1)
Deprivation
Symptom Management And Palliative Care 728(2)
Pain 728(1)
Constipation and Diarrhea 729(1)
Nausea and Vomiting 729(1)
Hiccups and Other Troublesome Symptoms 729(1)
Transitioning To End-Of-Life Care 730(2)
Advocating for the Patient 730(1)
The Changing Focus of Hope 730(1)
Decision Making and Health Care Ethics 731(1)
Withholding and Withdrawing 731(1)
Life-Sustaining Treatment
Medically Ineffective Treatment 731(1)
Hospice 732(1)
Preparing For Death 732(1)
Anticipatory Grief 732(1)
The Dying Process 732(1)
Concerns of Nurses Working With Patients 733(4)
With Life-Threatening Illness
Deaths of Infants and Children 733(1)
Identifying with the Patient or Family 733(1)
Medically Provided Nutrition and 733(1)
Hydration
Professional Integrity 733(4)
Appendices
A NANDA International-Approved Nursing 737(2)
Diagnoses
B Diagnostic Criteria for Mental 739(9)
Disorders (DSM-IV-TR)
Glossary 748(13)
Index 761