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Oxford Handbook of Mental Health Nursing


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1: Introduction2: Essential mental health nursing skills3: Interventions4: Violence5: Risk6: Common mental disorders7: The Mental Health Act8: Medications9: Culture10: Older adult11: Leadership12: Evidence-based mental health nursing13: Research14: Liaison mental health15: National occupational standards for mental health16: Essential shared capabilities


Not only does it provide a guide for a range of interventions used in mental health nursing but it also furnishes the reader with a clear and concise guide to a variety of agencies, both statuatory and voluntary, relating to mental health care and management, which all mental health nurses should be aware of...[it is] written by mental health nurses for mental health nurses, as opposed to theorists or academics who can sometimes lose touch with the reality of caring for individual with mental health problems... ... clear, well-thought out and... comprehensive companion for mental health nurses is a helpful structure on which to build competent, sensitive and effective practice. Nursing Standard I was left with an overwhelming feeling of regret on reading this book that I am not about to start my career all over again. It is not a book to borrow, it is one you must own. From the Foreword by Professor Peter Nolan, Staffordshire University, UK

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