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Table of Contents (Introductory Mental Health Nursing 4th Edition Womble Kincheloe Test Bank)

  • Reviewers v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Unit I Introduction to Mental Health and Mental Illness
  • Chapter 1 Mental Health and Mental Illness 1
  • Defining Mental Health and Mental Illness 2
  • Mental Health 2
  • Mental Illness 2
  • Cultural, Ethnic, and Religious Influence? 2
  • Cultural Heritage-Beliefs, Norms, and Values 3
  • Factors that Affect Mental Health 3
  • Stress and Anxiety 5
  • Grief and Loss 9
  • Chapter 2 The Delivery of Mental Health Care 18
  • Historical Advancement of Mental Health Care 19
  • Early Civilizations 19
  • The Beginning of Change 19
  • Twentieth Century Progress 20
  • Community-Based Care 20
  • Current Issues in Mental Health Care 21
  • Access to Care: Cultural Disparities 21
  • Legal and Ethical Considerations in Mental Health Care 23
  • Client Rights 24
  • Use of Seclusion and Restraint 26
  • Nurse Accountability 27
  • Practice Settings for Mental Health Care 27
  • Inpatient Psychiatric Settings 27
  • Outpatient Mental Health Settings 28
  • Nonpsychiatric Health Care Facilities 28
  • Chapter 3 Theories of Personality Development 38
  • Personality 39
  • Individual Needs and Behavior 39
  • Temperament 40
  • Theories of Personality Development 40
  • Sigmund Freud (Psychoanalytic Theory) 40
  • Erik Erikson (Psychosocial Developmental Theory) 43
  • Jean Piaget (Cognitive Development Related to Personality) 47
  • Lawrence Kohlberg (Theory of Moral Development) 48
  • Harry S. Sullivan (Theory of Interpersonal Development) 48
  • Hildegard Peplau (Psychodynamic Nursing) 48
  • Murray Bowen (Family Systems Theory) 49
  • Other Theories 50
  • Unit II Mental Health Care
  • Chapter 4 Treatment of Mental Illness 55
  • Establishing a Therapeutic Milieu 56
  • Treatment Team 57
  • Interdisciplinary Team Members 57
  • Role of the Nurse 59
  • Types of Therapy 60
  • Psychotherapy 60
  • Group Therapy 62
  • Biomedical Therapy 62
  • Electroconvulsive Therapy 62
  • Other Type, of Therapy 63
  • Pharmacological Agents and Mental Illness 63
  • Symptom Categories of Psychiatric Disorders 64
  • Classification of Psychotropic Drug Agents 64
  • Action of Psychotropic Drags on Neurotransmitters 64
  • Psychotropic Drug Agents and the Older Client 65
  • Chapter 5 Establishing and Maintaining a Therapeutic Relationship 70
  • The Therapeutic Relationship 71
  • Important Characteristics for Establishing a Nurse-Client Relationship 71
  • Phases of a Therapeutic Relationship 72
  • Professional Boundaries 73
  • Response to Difficult Client Behaviors 74
  • Manipulation 75
  • Violence or Aggression 75
  • Altered Thought Process (Hallucinations, Illusions, Delusions) 75
  • Sexually Inappropriate Behaviors or Aggression 76
  • Chapter 6 Dynamics of Anger, Violence, and Crises 81
  • Dynamics of Anger and Aggression 82
  • Defining Anger 82
  • Trait Anger 82
  • Expressing Anger and Resentment 82
  • Unrestrained Anger and Violence 83
  • Influencing Factors for Violence 83
  • Managing Anger 86
  • Crisis and Intervention 88
  • Types of Crises 88
  • Crisis Intervention 89
  • Suicide 90
  • Risk Factors 90
  • Risk Assessment and Intervention 91
  • Steps for Prevention 91
  • Unit III Fundamental Nursing Roles in Mental Health Nursing
  • Chapter 7 Communication in Mental Health Nursing 95
  • Communication in Mental Health Nursing 96
  • Speech Patterns Common to Clients with Mental Illness 96
  • Therapeutic Communication 97
  • Verbal Communication 97
  • Nonverbal Communication Techniques 98
  • Active Listening 99
  • Nontherapeutic Communication 99
  • Chapter 8 The Nursing Process in Mental Health Nursing 105
  • Understanding the Nursing Process for Mental Health Nursing 106
  • Psychosocial Assessment 106
  • Subjective Data 107
  • Objective Data 108
  • Nursing Diagnosis 108
  • Planning Expected Outcomes 109
  • Implementation of Nursing Interventions 109
  • Evaluation 111
  • Sample Application of the Nursing Process 112
  • Client Situation 112
  • Nursing Assessment 112
  • Unit IV Specific Psychiatric Disorders
  • Chapter 9 Anxiety Disorders 117
  • Types of Anxiety Disorders 118
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder 118
  • Panic Disorder 119
  • Specific Phobia 121
  • Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) 122
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders) 123
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 125
  • Treatment of Anxiety Disorders 126
  • Antianxiety Agents 127
  • Application of the Nursing Process to the Client with an Anxiety Disorder 129
  • Nursing Assessment 129
  • Nursing Diagnosis 131
  • Expected Outcomes 131
  • Nursing Interventions 131
  • Evaluation 132
  • Chapter 10 Mood Disorders 136
  • Introduction 137
  • Mood and Affect Defined 137
  • Depressive Disorders 137
  • Major Depressive Disorder 137
  • Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia) 139
  • Bipolar and Related Disorders 140
  • Signs and Symptoms 140
  • Incidence and Etiology 141
  • Cyclothymic Disorder 142
  • Treatment of Depressive Disorders 142
  • Antidepressants 143
  • Treatment of Bipolar and Related Disorders 146
  • Application of the Nursing Process 149
  • Assessment 149
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 150
  • Expected Outcomes 151
  • Nursing Interventions 151
  • Specific Interventions for a Suicidal Client 152
  • Evaluation 153
  • Chapter 11 Psychotic Disorders 158
  • Introduction to Psychotic Disorders 159
  • Psychosis 159
  • Types of Psychotic Disorders 161
  • Schizophrenia 161
  • Treatment of Psychotic Disorders 165
  • Antipsychotic Drug Agents 166
  • Autiparkinson Drug Agents 171
  • Psychotropic Drugs and the Older Client 171
  • Application of the Nursing Process 172
  • Assessment 172
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 173
  • Expected Outcomes 173
  • Interventions 173
  • Evaluation 175
  • Chapter 12 Personality Disorders 181
  • Introduction 182
  • Types of Personality Disorders 182
  • Cluster A Personality Disorders 182
  • Cluster B Personality Disorders 185
  • Cluster C Personality Disorders 191
  • Treatment of Personality Disorders 193
  • Application of the Nursing Process 194
  • Assessment 194
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 195
  • Expected Outcomes 195
  • Interventions 195
  • Evaluation 196
  • Chapter 13 Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders 201
  • Introduction 202
  • Types of Somatic Disorders 202
  • Somatic Symptom Disorder 202
  • Illness Anxiety Disorder (Formerly Hypochondriasis) 204
  • Conversion Disorder (Functional Neurologic Symptom Disorder) 205
  • Factitious Disorder 206
  • Application of the Nursing Process 207
  • Nursing Assessment 207
  • Selected Nursing Diagnosis 208
  • Expected Outcomes 208
  • Interventions 209
  • Evaluation 210
  • Chapter 14 Dissociative Disorders 215
  • Introduction 216
  • Types of Dissociative Disorders 216
  • Dissociative Amnesia 216
  • Dissociative Amnesia with Dissociative Fugue 217
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder 218
  • Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder 220
  • Treatment of Dissociative Disorders 220
  • Application of the Nursing Process 221
  • Nursing Assessment 221
  • Nursing Diagnoses 221
  • Expected Outcomes 222
  • Nursing Interventions 222
  • Evaluation 223
  • Chapter 15 Substance-Related Disorders 227
  • Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction 228
  • Substance Abuse 228
  • Addiction 228
  • Phases of Substance Dependency 229
  • Classes of Substances 230
  • Theoretical Approaches to Substance Use and Abuse 231
  • Codependence: A Family Disease 232
  • Substance-Induced Disorders 233
  • Substance Intoxication 233
  • Substance Withdrawal 234
  • Substance-Specific Use Disorders 234
  • Alcohol- Use Disorder 241
  • Cannabis-Use Disorder 242
  • Hallucinogen-Use Disorder 242
  • Inhalant-Related Disorders 245
  • Opioid-Related Disorders 245
  • Stimulant-Use Disorder 246
  • Caffeine-Use Disorder 247
  • Nicotine-Use Disorder 248
  • Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Use Disorders 248
  • Substance Abuse by Health Care Professionals 249
  • Treatment of Substance-Related Disorders 250
  • Detoxification 251
  • Treatment Programs 251
  • Application of the Nursing Process 251
  • Assessment 251
  • Selected Nursing Diagnosis 253
  • Expected Outcomes 253
  • Interventions 255
  • Evaluation 258
  • Chapter 16 Eating Disorders 263
  • Introduction 264
  • Types of Eating Disorders 264
  • Anorexia Nervosa 264
  • Bulimia Nervosa 267
  • Binge-Eating Disorder 269
  • Treatment of Eating Disorders 270
  • Application of the Nursing Process 271
  • Assessment 271
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 271
  • Expected Outcomes 272
  • Interventions 272
  • Evaluation 272
  • Chapter 17 Sexual Disorders 278
  • Introduction 279
  • Types of Sexual Disorders 279
  • Sexual Dysfunction Disorders 279
  • Paraphilic Disorders 282
  • Gender Dysphoria Disorder 284
  • Treatment of Sexual Disorders 286
  • Application of Nursing Process to the Client with a Sexual Disorder 286
  • Assessment 286
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 286
  • Expected Outcomes 286
  • Interventions 287
  • Evaluation 287
  • Unit V Age-Specific Disorder and Issuer
  • Chapter 18 Disorders and Issues of Children and Adolescents 291
  • Introduction 292
  • Types of Mental Disorders in Children and Adolescents 292
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders 292
  • Language and Communication Disorders 294
  • Speech Sound Disorder 294
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder 295
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 296
  • Specific Learning Disorders 299
  • Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders 300
  • Oppositional-Defiant Disorder 300
  • Intermittent Explosive Disorder 300
  • Conduct Disorder 302
  • Anxiety Disorders 302
  • Separation Anxiety Disorder 302
  • Tic Disorder (Tourette’s Disorder) 303
  • Elimination Disorders 304
  • Signs and Symptoms 304
  • Incidence and Etiology 304
  • Treatment of Child and Adolescent Disorders 304
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders 305
  • Learning and Communication Disorders 305
  • Anxiety Disorders 305
  • Elimination Disorders 305
  • Application of the Nursing Process 306
  • Assessment 306
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 306
  • Expected Outcomes 306
  • Interventions 307
  • Evaluation 307
  • Chapter 19 Disorders and Issues of the Older Adult 312
  • Introduction 313
  • Mental Health Care for Older Adults 313
  • Psychosocial Issues Related to Aging 313
  • Impaired Cognitive Functioning 314
  • Types of Mental Disorders in the Older Adult 314
  • Delirium 314
  • Dementia 315
  • Treatment of Neuroeognitive Disorders in the Older Adult 322
  • Application of the Nursing Process for Delirium 324
  • Assessment 324
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 324
  • Expected Outcomes 324
  • Interventions 324
  • Evaluation 326
  • Application of the Nursing Process for Dementia 326
  • Assessment 326
  • Selected Nursing Diagnoses 327
  • Expected Outcomes 327
  • Interventions 327
  • Evaluation 329
  • Appendices
  • Appendix A DSM 5 Classification of Mental Disorders 333
  • Appendix B Nanda-I Nursing Diagnoses Most Frequently Used in Mental Health and Psychiatric Settings 342
  • Appendix C Anxiety Scale (Sample) 348
  • Appendix D Answers to Student Worksheet 349
  • Glossary 363
  • Index 375

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