Barbara B. Bauer, RN, MSN; and Signe S. Hill, RN, BSN, MA
This concise, two-color text provides brief coverage of only the most common psychiatric disorders and the information needed to recognize significant client behavior problems and to understand the basis of those problems and related behavioral patterns. Its clear and practical approach helps readers learn how to tailor therapeutic responses to a client's individual illness and to understand their nursing responsibilities for a full range of modern treatments, including psychotherapeutic medications.
By Barbara B. Bauer, RN, MSN, Adjunct Instructor, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, WI; and Signe S. Hill, RN, BSN, MA, Formerly, Instructor, Practical Nurse Program, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, WI
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