This settled course book is an absolute necessity purchase for all emotional well-being nursing understudies and attendants in enlisted practice. Far-reaching and wide, it investigates how psychological wellness nursing positively affects the lives of individuals with emotional well-being challenges.
A few highlights help you take advantage of every section and apply hypothesis to work on, including:
• Personal Stories: Provide understanding into the experience of emotional wellness troubles from the point of view of administration clients and their carers
• Thinking Spaces: Help you consider your training and survey you're adapting exclusively and in gatherings, with further direction accessible on the web
• Recommended Resources: Provide extra materials and backing to help broaden your learning
About the Author
Ian Norman is Professor of Nursing and Inter-disciplinary Care at King's College London. He is a social researcher who is additionally certified psychological wellness, learning inability and general medical attendant and social laborer. The vast majority of his clinical practice has been as an emotional wellness medical attendant and he keeps up his clinical abilities presently through connection to the mental treatment unit at the Maudsley Hospital, London. He has a broad distribution record incorporating numerous articles in scholarly and proficient diaries and three past books. He is likewise Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Nursing Studies.
New to this edition:
With four brand new chapters plus nine chapters re-written by original authors, key developments in this edition include:
• Physical health care of people with mental health problems
• Care of people who experience trauma
• Promoting mental health and well-being
• Support needed by nurses to provide therapeutic care and to derive satisfaction from their work
• Innovations in mental health practice