The book Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing is written by Jeffrey S. Jones, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, and Vickie L. Rogers. The second edition of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing continues to have students as its main focus. Presents sound nursing theory, therapeutic modalities, and clinical applications across the continuum of treatment. The chapters are short, to the point, and easy to read and understand. They highlight and emphasize important material to facilitate student learning.
This text uses the nursing process framework and emphasizes assessment, therapeutic communication, neurobiological theory, and pharmacology throughout. Interventions focus on all aspects of client care, including communication, client and family education, and community resources, and their practical application in various clinical settings.
- It focuses on interpersonal relationships and boundary navigation as a foundation for practice.
- Promotes psychodynamic and neurobiological perspectives within the ISPN curricular guidelines.
- Written by national and international experts in nursing education and psychiatric and mental health practice.
- Includes a digital companion for students with key concepts from the chapter and critical thinking questions for practice situations.
- It provides digital teaching resources including PowerPoint slides, an expanded test bank, case studies, and critical thinking exercises.
- Includes free eBook with print book purchase.
Topics of this Edition
Unit 1 Current Theories and Practice
Unit 2 Building the Nurse–Client Relationship
Unit 3 Current Social and Emotional Concerns
Unit 4 Nursing Practice for Psychiatric Disorders
About the Author
Jeffrey S. Jones, DNP, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CST, LNC, is the president and owner of his own psychiatric APRN business, Jeffrey S. Jones, LLC, in Mansfield, Ohio.
Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Ph.D., MBA, RN, FAAN, is the Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor of Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, where she was Dean from 1982 to 1997. She is also a Professor, the Department of Geriatrics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY. In 1990, Dr. Fitzpatrick received an honorary doctorate, Humane Doctorate, from her alma mater, Georgetown University. In 2011 she received an honorary doctorate, Humane Doctorate, from Frontier University of Nursing. He has received numerous honors and awards; she was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in 1981 and a Fellow of the National Academies of Practice in 1996. She received the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award 18 times. Dr. Fitzpatrick is widely published in the nursing and healthcare literature with over 300 publications. She served as co-editor of the Annual Review of Nursing Research series, vols. 1-26; edits the journals Applied Nursing Research, Archives in Psychiatric Nursing, and Nursing Education Perspectives, the official journal of the National League for Nursing. He edited three editions of the Classic Encyclopedia of Nursing Research (ENR) and a series of Nursing Research Summaries.
Vickie L. Rogers, DNP, RN, is on the faculty at Texas Christian University (TCU), where she teaches Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing.
Overview of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
Fully updated to correlate with DSM-5 diagnostic descriptions and QSEN guidelines, the second edition of this acclaimed undergraduate text in psychiatric nursing presents concrete strategies for building interpersonal relationships as a foundation for not only working with the psychiatric patient population but as a timeless base. for all nursing practices. The text guides students through the essential phases of self-discovery necessary to integrate interpersonal nursing theory into practice. Modules designed to encourage growth in the therapeutic use of self, including the importance of boundary management, are integrated with current psychodynamic and neurobiological theories to provide strong theoretical foundations for practice.
A wealth of DSM-5 descriptive psychiatric diagnoses, QSEN criteria and NANDA-based care plans, case scenarios, evidence-based practice, patient and family education tips, medication summary lists, and approaches of complementary and alternative therapy populate the text. The main body of the book focuses on common mental illnesses and weaves psychodynamic and neurobiological concepts into evidence-based strategies for nursing interventions. Additional features, such as therapeutic dialogue examples and a Consumer Perspective that presents a real voice of the consumer recounting the personal experience of living with a specific disease, provide further guidance in understanding and adopting a relationship-based approach to nursing. Web links provide quick access to additional information, and NCLEX-style review questions prepare students to pass the NCLEX exam.
|Book Name||Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing|
|Author of Book||Jeffrey S. Jones, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Vickie L. Rogers|