Mosby's Pocketbook of Mental Health, 2nd Edition
- - Nursing Students
- - Health Care Professionals
- - Social Service Professionals
Mosby’s Pocketbook of Mental Health 2nd Edition written by leading professional nurses and academics, Professor Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Patricia Barkway and Debra Nizette, is a convenient reference guide for nursing students and health professionals required to respond to individuals in crisis.
This user-friendly pocket guide from Muir-Cochrane, Barkway and Nizette delivers practical strategies and skills for nursing students and professionals, general practitioners, paramedics, police and allied health workers to implement. With a focus on social inclusion, recovery, culture and the promotion of consumer rights, this mental health textbook plays a pivotal guide for holistic modern health care practices.
Benefit from the updated content of Mosby’s Pocketbook of Mental Health 2nd Edition, which features a new opening chapter, the latest research and evidence (including the recently released National Practice Standards), tips for a successful clinical placement and guidance on psychiatric medications.
Muir-Cochrane, Barkway and Nizette have delivered an exemplary mental health textbook that provides students and professional nurses with helpful "dos and don’ts" and "what to do" in commonly encountered medical circumstances.Table of Contents
• Written specifically for Australian and New Zealand contexts.
• Hands-on and inclusive strategies enable readers to develop practical skills.
• Convenient size and user-friendly layout that offers readers immediate access to information.
By Eimear Muir-Cochrane, BSc(Hons), RN, CMHN, GradDip-Adult Ed, MNS, PhD, FACMHN, MACN, Chair of Nursing (Mental Health Nursing), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health Sciences, Flinders University; Patricia Barkway, RN, CMHN, FACMHN, BA, MSc(PHC), Senior Lecturer Mental Health Nursing, Flinders University Adelaide
and Debra Nizette, RN, Credentialed MHN, DipAppSc(Nursing Ed), BAppSc(Nursing), MNurStudies, FRCNA, FACMHN , Mental Health Nursing Advisor, Office of the Chief Nursing Officer; Queensland Health