By William Reynolds RMN, RNT, RGN, MPhil, Desmond F. S. Cormack RMN, RGN, MPhil, Dip Ed, Dip Nurs, PhD (auth.)
Psychiatric and psychological health and wellbeing Nursing: idea and perform was once conceived because of 3 significant premises which, within the view of the editors, relate to the perform of psychiatric and psychological wellbeing and fitness nursing. First, that top quality psychiatric and psychological health and wellbeing nursing might be practised provided that it's lower than pinned through applicable nursing concept. Secondly, that there exists a physique of idea that may and may be utilized to psychiatric and psychological future health nursing. Thirdly, that there's a want for a textual content so as to support academics, scholars and clinicians to use on hand nursing and borrowed thought to medical perform. the overall target of this e-book is to introduce nursing scholars to a concept dependent method of taking care of individuals with psychiatric and psychological illnesses. The word psychiatric and psychological illnesses shows that the textual content pertains to consumers with a psychiatric prognosis, and likewise to those that have psychological illnesses yet who don't unavoidably have the sort of prognosis. the customer staff to which the cloth during this textual content applies will contain people who are, or were, hospitalized and people in the neighborhood who've now not been, and should by no means be, hospitalized. The meant readership is all scholars of psychiatric and psychological wellbeing and fitness nursing concerns, for instance simple and post-basic nurses, and their teachers.
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I'll never manage to go to the shops'. The manipulation of such negative self-statements involves the following stages: 1. The person is helped to recognize the occurrence of such thoughts through use of self-monitoring. 2. The person is helped to generate challenges to the negative thoughts, as well as the production of alternative self-statements. 3. The person is helped to assess his reaction to the manipulation of self-statements, in terms of his eventual behaviour and concomitant emotions.
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