精神看護の原理と実践(第10版)<br>Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing (10 PAP/PSC)

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精神看護の原理と実践(第10版)
Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing (10 PAP/PSC)

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Brandon/Hill Nursing List first-purchase selection (#328). Using the latest clinical research and diagnoses, this book provides a holistic, biopsychosocial approach to psychiatric nursing care. Prev. ed.: 2008.

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This well-respected textbook presents cutting-edge principles of psychiatric nursing and provides you with new features and tools - including chapter study notes and audio chapter summaries - to help you learn the important content you need to know. The 9th edition presents current guidelines for the practice of psychiatric nursing, with the latest clinical research and appropriate diagnoses, updated and expanded coverage of primary care, and extensively revised and updated psychiatric drug information.

Table of Contents

Unit 1 Principles Of Psychiatric Nursing Care
1 Roles and Functions of Psychiatric-Mental 2 (11)
Health Nurses: Competent Caring,
Gail W. Stuart
Historical Perspectives, 2 (4)
Contemporary Practice, 6 (3)
Levels of Performance, 9 (1)
Psychiatric Nursing Agenda, 10 (3)
2 Therapeutic Nurse-Patient Relationship, 13 (31)
Gail W. Stuart
Characteristics of the Relationship, 13 (1)
Personal Qualities of the Nurse, 14 (4)
Phases of the Relationship, 18 (3)
Facilitative Communication, 21 (8)
Motivational Interviewing, 29 (2)
Responsive Dimensions, 31 (3)
Action Dimensions, 34 (4)
Therapeutic Impasses, 38 (4)
Therapeutic Outcome, 42 (2)
3 The Stuart Stress Adaptation Model of 44 (13)
Psychiatric Nursing Care,
Gail W. Stuart
Theoretical Assumptions, 44 (1)
Describing Mental Health and Illness, 45 (2)
Biopsychosocial Components, 47 (4)
Patterns of Response, 51 (2)
Treatment Stages and Activities, 53 (4)
4 Evidence-Based Psychiatric Nursing Practice, 57 (10)
Gail W. Stuart
Evidence-Based Practice, 58 (2)
Practice Guidelines, 60 (3)
Outcome Measurement, 63 (1)
Evidence Base for Psychiatric Nursing 64 (3)
Practice,
5 Biological Context of Psychiatric Nursing 67 (21)
Care,
Donald L. Taylor
Structure and Function of the Brain, 67 (7)
Neuroimaging, 74 (4)
Biological Rhythms, 78 (2)
Psychoneuroimmunology, 80 (1)
Genetics, 81 (2)
Biological Assessment of the Patient, 83 (5)
6 Psychological Context of Psychiatric 88 (10)
Nursing Care,
Gail W. Stuart
Mental Status Examination, 88 (1)
Content of the Examination, 89 (7)
Psychological Tests, 96 (1)
Behavioral Rating Scales, 97 (1)
7 Social, Cultural, and Spiritual Context of 98 (12)
Psychiatric Nursing Care,
Linda D. Oakley
Cultural Competency, 99 (1)
Risk Factors and Protective Factors, 100(4)
Nursing Assessment and Diagnosis, 104(2)
Treatment Implications, 106(4)
8 Legal and Ethical Context of Psychiatric 110(17)
Nursing Care,
Gail W. Stuart
Ethical Standards, 110(3)
Hospitalizing the Patient, 113(3)
Involuntary Community Treatment, 116(1)
Patients' Rights, 116(6)
Psychiatry and Criminal Responsibility, 122(1)
Legal Role of the Nurse, 122(5)
9 Policy and Advocacy in Mental Health Care, 127(11)
Mona Shattell
Gail W. Stuart
A Compelling Need, 127(2)
Policy and Legislation, 129(4)
Advocacy by Nurses, 133(5)
10 Families as Resources, Caregivers, and 138(11)
Collaborators,
Gail W. Stuart
Family Assessment, 138(2)
Working With Families, 140(1)
Benefits of Family Involvement, 141(1)
Barriers to Family Involvement, 142(2)
Families as a Population at Risk, 144(2)
Building Bridges, 146(3)
11 Implementing the Nursing Process: 149(17)
Standards of Practice and Professional
Performance,
Gail W. Stuart
The Nursing Process, 149(1)
Standards of Practice, 150(5)
Assessment, 150(2)
Diagnosis, 152(1)
Outcomes Identification, 152(2)
Planning, 154(1)
Implementation, 154(1)
Evaluation, 155(1)
Standards of Professional Performance, 155(11)
Unit 2 Continuum Of Care
12 Prevention and Mental Health Promotion, 166(15)
Gail W. Stuart
Promotion and Prevention, 166(15)
Assessment, 170(1)
Planning and Implementation, 170(7)
Evaluation, 177(4)
13 Crisis and Disaster Intervention, 181(18)
Gail W. Stuart
Crisis Characteristics, 181(3)
Crisis Intervention, 184(7)
Assessment, 186(1)
Planning and Implementation, 187(3)
Evaluation, 190(1)
Settings for Crisis and Disaster 191(1)
Intervention,
Modalities of Crisis Intervention, 191(8)
14 Recovery Support, 199(18)
Sandra J. Sundeen
Recovery, 199(18)
Assessment, 201(4)
Planning and Implementation, 205(7)
Evaluation, 212(5)
Unit 3 Applying Principles In Nursing Practice
15 Anxiety Responses and Anxiety Disorders, 217(27)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Anxiety Responses, 217(27)
Assessment, 219(8)
Diagnosis, 227(2)
Outcomes Identification, 229(1)
Planning, 230(1)
Implementation, 231(8)
Evaluation, 239(5)
16 Psychophysiological Responses and 244(18)
Somatoform and Sleep Disorders,
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Psychophysiological 244(18)
Responses,
Assessment, 245(7)
Diagnosis, 252(2)
Outcomes Identification, 254(1)
Planning, 255(1)
Implementation, 255(2)
Evaluation, 257(5)
17 Self-Concept Responses and Dissociative 262(27)
Disorders,
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Self-Concept Responses, 262(27)
Assessment, 266(9)
Diagnosis, 275(1)
Outcomes Identification, 276(1)
Planning, 277(1)
Implementation, 277(7)
Evaluation, 284(5)
18 Emotional Responses and Mood Disorders, 289(34)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Emotional Responses, 289(34)
Assessment, 293(12)
Diagnosis, 305(1)
Outcomes Identification, 306(1)
Planning, 307(1)
Implementation, 308(9)
Evaluation, 317(6)
19 Self-Protective Responses and Suicidal 323(21)
Behavior,
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Self-Protective Responses, 323(23)
Assessment, 325(9)
Diagnosis, 334(1)
Outcomes Identification, 335(1)
Planning, 335(1)
Implementation, 336(3)
Evaluation, 339(5)
20 Neurobiological Responses and 344(38)
Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders,
Mary D. Moller
Continuum of Neurobiological Responses, 346(36)
Assessment, 346(15)
Diagnosis, 361(1)
Outcomes Identification, 361(1)
Planning, 362(1)
Implementation, 363(12)
Evaluation, 375(7)
21 Social Responses and Personality Disorders, 382(21)
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Social Responses, 382(21)
Assessment, 385(6)
Diagnosis, 391(1)
Outcomes Identification, 392(2)
Planning, 394(1)
Implementation, 394(4)
Evaluation, 398(5)
22 Cognitive Responses and Organic Mental 403(30)
Disorders,
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Cognitive Responses, 403(31)
Assessment, 404(16)
Diagnosis, 420(1)
Outcomes Identification, 420(1)
Planning, 421(1)
Implementation, 421(8)
Evaluation, 429(4)
23 Chemically Mediated Responses and 433(44)
Substance-Related Disorders,
Donald L. Taylor
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Chemically Mediated 434(43)
Responses,
Assessment, 437(18)
Diagnosis, 455(1)
Outcomes Identification, 456(1)
Planning, 457(1)
Implementation, 457(16)
Evaluation, 473(4)
24 Eating Regulation Responses and Eating 477(21)
Disorders,
Gail W. Stuart
Continuum of Eating Regulation Responses, 477(22)
Assessment, 479(7)
Diagnosis, 486(1)
Outcomes Identification, 486(1)
Planning, 487(2)
Implementation, 489(6)
Evaluation, 495(3)
25 Sexual Responses and Sexual Disorders, 498(25)
Susan G. Doorman
Continuum of Sexual Responses, 499(24)
Assessment, 502(5)
Diagnosis, 507(1)
Outcomes Identification, 507(1)
Planning, 508(1)
Implementation, 508(9)
Evaluation, 517(6)
Unit 4 Treatment Modalities
26 Psychopharmacology, 523(37)
Donald L. Taylor
Role of the Nurse in Psychopharmacology, 523(2)
Pharmacological Principles, 525(7)
Antianxiety and Sedative-Hypnotic Drugs, 532(4)
Antidepressant Drugs, 536(9)
Mood-Stabilizing Drugs, 545(4)
Antipsychotic Drugs, 549(6)
Future Developments, 555(1)
Psychiatric Nursing Practice, 556(4)
27 Behavior Change and Cognitive 560(12)
Interventions,
Gail W. Stuart
Behavior, 560(1)
Behavior Change Strategies, 561(3)
Cognitive Strategies, 564(1)
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions, 564(4)
Role of the Nurse, 568(4)
28 Preventing and Managing Aggressive 572(22)
Behavior,
Gail W. Stuart
Behavioral Responses, 573(1)
Theories on Aggression, 574(3)
Predicting Aggressive Behavior, 577(1)
Nursing Assessment, 577(3)
Nursing Interventions, 580(5)
Crisis Management Techniques, 585(3)
Prevention, 588(6)
29 Somatic Therapies, 594(12)
Carol M. Burns
Convulsive Therapies, 594(6)
Chronotherapy, 600(1)
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, 601(1)
Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES), 602(1)
Implantable Brain Stimulation 603(1)
Device-Vagus Nerve Stimulation,
Deep Brain Stimulation, 603(3)
30 Complementary and Alternative Therapies, 606(11)
Therese K. Killeen
Overview of Complementary and Alternative 606(2)
Medicine,
Depression, 608(2)
Anxiety, 610(2)
Substance Use Disorders, 612(1)
Eating Disorders, 613(1)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 613(1)
Dementias, 613(1)
Nursing Implications, 614(3)
31 Therapeutic Groups, 617(11)
Gail W. Stuart
Overview of Group Therapy, 617(1)
Components of Small Groups, 618(2)
Group Development, 620(4)
Evaluation of the Group, 624(1)
Nurses as Group Leaders, 625(3)
32 Family Interventions, 628(11)
Janet A. York
The Context of Family Interventions, 628(4)
Assessment and Planning, 631(1)
Implementation, 632(1)
Outcomes Identification, 632(1)
Research on Family Interventions, 632(3)
The Role of the Nurse, 635(4)
Unit 5 Treatment Settings
33 Hospital-Based Psychiatric Nursing Care, 639(12)
Elizabeth G. Maree
Inpatient Psychiatric Care, 639(3)
Managing the Milieu, 642(2)
Implementing Caregiving Activities, 644(3)
Integrating Care Delivery, 647(4)
34 Community-Based Psychiatric Nursing Care, 651(18)
Gail W. Stuart
Treatment Settings, 651(6)
Models of Care, 657(3)
Vulnerable Populations in the Community, 660(9)
Unit 6 Special Populations In Psychiatry
35 Child Psychiatric Nursing, 669(23)
Sally Raphel
Child Psychiatric Care, 669(2)
A Framework for Nursing Practice, 671(21)
Assessment, 672(2)
Diagnosis, 674(8)
Planning, 682(1)
Implementation, 682(6)
Outcomes Evaluation, 688(4)
36 Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 692(22)
Audrey Redston-Iselin
Developmental Stage, 692(1)
Biological View of Adolescence, 692(1)
Assessing the Adolescent, 693(3)
Maladaptive Responses, 696(10)
Working With Adolescents, 706(5)
Evaluating Nursing Care, 711(3)
37 Geropsychiatric Nursing, 714(21)
Georgia L. Stevens
Mental Illness in the Elderly Population, 714(2)
Theories of Aging, 716(19)
Assessment, 717(5)
Diagnosis, 722(4)
Planning and Implementation, 726(5)
Evaluation, 731(4)
38 Care of Survivors of Abuse and Violence, 735(16)
Nancy Fishwick
Barbara Parker
Jacquelyn C. Campbell
Dimensions of Family Violence, 735(8)
Special Populations, 743(3)
Rape and Sexual Assault, 746(5)
39 The Military and Their Families, 751(11)
Stephen T. Lesieur
James L. Harris
Mary Fraggos
Medical Disorders of Veterans, 751(2)
Psychiatric Disorders of Veterans, 753(3)
Women Veterans, 756(1)
Challenges to Care, 757(1)
Nursing Implications, 758(4)
40 Psychological Care of Patients With a 762(11)
Life-Threatening Illness,
Gail W. Stuart
Penelope Chase
Working With Patients and Families With 762(2)
Life-Threatening Diagnoses,
Psychosocial and Mental Health Care, 764(1)
Symptom Management and Palliative Care, 765(1)
Transitioning to End-of-Life Care, 766(3)
Preparing for Death, 769(1)
Concerns of Nurses Working With Patients 769
With Life-Threatening Illness,
Appendixes
A NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses 2012-2014, 773(3)
B DSM-IV-TR Diagnostic Criteria for Mental 776(11)
Disorders,
Index, 787