By World Health Organization
Although psychological overall healthiness nursing is a serious factor for many nations, there was little or no released information regarding psychological future health nursing. This new e-book from the realm wellbeing and fitness association (WHO) and the foreign Council of Nurses (ICN) summarizes info on nurses and psychological future health accumulated from 172 nations around the globe. The psychological well-being nursing survey requested chosen respondents inside international locations to document on nurses operating in a number of psychological well-being settings. The survey additionally accrued info at the content material and quantity of either undergraduate and graduate point psychological future health education for nurses in international locations. The document contains information summarizing info from international locations grouped via geographic zone and by way of kingdom source of revenue degrees.
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There is need for re-evaluation of the role of nurses in providing psychotropic medications. In most low and middle income countries there are not enough professionals to prescribe and dispense medications. Many of the comments cited a serious problem with regard to this situation: in fact, several of the respondents indicated that nurses and other providers are functioning beyond their scope of practice in prescribing and dispensing essential psychotropic medicines, but do so because there is no other way to get medications to the people who need them.
It is now imperative that nurses be educated for these roles in general community and mental health practice if they are to deliver appropriate and effective health care to the population. It is also important to increase the knowledge and skills of the existing communitybased generalist nurses so that they can engage in mental health promotion and provide psychosocial support to individuals and families. Educating nurses to provide health services for the population is predominantly undertaken at the undergraduate or pre-service level.
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