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Mental Health is a Verb: A Pocket Guide to Mental Health for Nursing Students

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Jake Bush, University of West Florida

Jill Van Der Like, University of West Florida

Publisher: University of West Florida Pressbooks

Language: English

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Table of Contents

  • INTRODUCTION
  • I. FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS IN MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    • MODULE 1: MENTAL HEALTH VERSUS MENTAL ILLNESS
    • MODULE 2: THEORETICAL MODELS USED IN MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    • MODULE 3: CLINICAL ASSESSMENT, PROBLEMS, AND TREATMENT
    • MODULE 4: PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    • MODULE 5-MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION
    • MODULE 6: LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES
    • MODULE 7: THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION
  • II. MENTAL DISORDERS
    • MODULE 8: DEPRESSION
    • MODULE 9: ANXIETY
    • MODULE 10: BIPOLAR
    • MODULE 11: SOMATIC SYMPTOM AND RELATED DISORDERS
    • MODULE 12: EATING DISORDERS
    • MODULE 13: SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION
    • MODULE 14: SCHIZOPHRENIA
    • MODULE 15: PERSONALITY DISORDERS
    • MODULE 16: NEUROCOGNITIVE DISORDERS
    • MODULE 17: CHILDHOOD DISORDERS
    • MODULE 18: PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCIES
    • MODULE 19: GRIEF AND LOSS
  • References

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  • About the Book

    MENTAL HEALTH IS A VERB is an Open Education Resource written by Jake Bush, Ph.D., RN, CNE and Jill Van Der Like, DNP, MSN, RNC through University of West Florida which addresses mental health nursing care. The book reviews the foundations of mental health, psychopharmacology, and the most common mental health diagnoses.

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    Jake Bush, Ph.D., RN, CNE

     

    Jill Van Der Like, DNP, MSN, RNC

     

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