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Nursing Issues: Psychiatric Nursing, Geriatric Nursing and Nursing Burnout
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Editors: Caitriona D. McLaughlin and Jamie N. Docherty
Book Description:
Psychiatric nursing, although advanced in areas of interpersonal skills and manpower management, have been sadly lacking in the area of research relating to practice. This book aims to provide empirical evidence in relation to understanding a fundamental aspect of the psychiatric nurses' role, namely what constitutes the therapeutic relationship. The problems nurses face in their approach to risk assessment and management, which is affected to a considerable degree by who defines that risk and how it is defined, are discussed. Furthermore, whether we like it or not, risk assessment and management is a regular and daily occurrence in health care. Using case vignettes from teaching and therapeutic research, the authors of this book explore ways in which inner and outer dialogues are at play as the mental health nurse attempts to make sense of the experiences of mental pain narrated by people in his/her case. In addition, work-stress and burnout complaints are increasingly leading to higher levels of absentee rates at work. Superimposed organizational demands, work overload and limited decision-making capacities are often associated with the development of occupational stress by nurses that eventually create a sensation of professional burnout. A comprehensive literature review relating to nursing burnout, an issue that has received increasing interest from researchers and healthcare administrators is explored in this book. Other chapters address individual work experiences, coping strategies and health decisions made by nurses for patient care.

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Chapter 1 - Psychiatric Nurses Perceptions of the Constituents of the Therapeutic Relationship: a Grounded Theory Study pp. 1-82
Authors / Editors: (Adrian Scanlon, Dip Counselling, MIAAAC, Addiction Counsellor, Ireland)

Chapter 2 - Biopsychosocial Vulnerability-Stress Modeling for an Incarcerated Population pp. 83-122
Authors / Editors: (Deborah Shelton, Research and Evaluation Correctional Managed Health Care, University of Connecticut, Connecticut)

Chapter 3 - Risk pp. 123-154
Authors / Editors: (Alyson Kettles, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland)

Chapter 4 - Nurse Burnout: A Review of the Evidence and Implications for Practice and Research pp. 155-173
Authors / Editors: (Laureen Hayes, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Chapter 5 - Interpreting and Responding to Expressions of Mental Pain: The Inner and Outer Dialogues of the Mental Health Nurse pp. 175-191
Authors / Editors: (Briege Casey, Evelyn Gordon, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland)

Chapter 6 - Two New Developments in the Treatment of Burnout pp. 193-212
Authors / Editors: (Y. Meesters, C.J.M. van Velzen, University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands)
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Chapter 7 - Poverty and Mental Health: The Role of Community Development in Addressing Mental Health Variables through the Lifespan pp. 213-228
Authors / Editors: (David M. M. Sharp, Louisiana College, Louisiana, USA)

Chapter 8 - Nursing Burnout in the Era of Evidence Based Practice pp. 229-242
Authors / Editors: (Stefanos Mantzoukas, Mary Gouva, Highest Technological Educational Institute of Epirus, Greece)

Chapter 9 - Exploring the Use of Emerging Technologies to Enhance Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice in Palliative Care pp. 243-255
Authors / Editors: (Emma J. Stodel, Colla J. MacDonald, Learning 4 Excellence, University of Ottawa, Canada)

Chapter 10 - The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Nursing Burnout pp. 257-270
Authors / Editors: (José María Augusto Landa, Esther López-Zafra, University of Jaén, Spain)

Chapter 11 - Is Caring for the Elderly a Health Risk? A Qualitative Study on Work Experience, Coping and Health Behaviours of Nurses pp. 271-283
Authors / Editors: (Brigitte Jenull, Ingrid Salem, Eva Brunner, Alps-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Austria, and others)

Chapter 12 - Burnout of Public Health Nurses Involved in Mental Health Care pp. 285-297
Authors / Editors: (Hirohisa Imai, Department of Epidemiology, National Institute of Public Health, Saitama, Japan)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 320.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-598-5
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