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Psychiatry for Nurses

by Nambi S
Jaypee Digital | Medical Ebooks

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Author/Editor Nambi S
ISBN 9788171796274
Speciality Psychiatric (Mental Health) Nursing
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/10683
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 1998
Pages 289
Book Type Textbook
Chapter Name Size Page No
 

The purpose of this book is to present a clear and concise account of the common mental health problems, their management and nursing care. The important aim is to introduce nursing students a theoretical and practical approach to the care of the mentally disturbed persons. A sincere attempt has been made to organise current practice of psychiatric nursing so as to enable the nurses to develop an understanding of the complexity of human behaviour and the treatments designed to alter adaptive behaviour. The nursing students can confidently face their psychiatric nursing examination and manage the emotionally disturbed patients more effectively with the help of this book.

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