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By Louise Rebraca Shives MSN ARNP CNS

Now with a thrilling 4-color layout, this center textual content maintains to provide succinct insurance of psychiatric-mental future health nursing, emphasizing serious recommendations within the continuum of care settings, consumer and kinfolk schooling and pupil self-awareness. This version gains new chapters: “Student concerns and issues” and “Loss, Grief and finish of lifestyles Care.” The 6th version additionally continues renowned gains from earlier versions together with Self wisdom activates whereas including study packing containers and pupil worksheets on the finish of every chapter.

A back-of-book CD-ROM contains NCLEX questions, medical simulations on schizophrenia and melancholy, and monographs on psychotropic medications. The ancillary package deal contains an Instructor’s source CD-ROM.

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The dominant set of values is oriented toward individuals, who are viewed as accountable for decision-making, self-care, and many other self-oriented tasks. Privacy rights and personal freedom are based on the value of individualism. In many ethnic groups, however, individualism is not a primary value. Instead, these groups are sociocentric, emphasizing the mandatory responsibility of the individual to the family and larger society. For example, Hispanic, Asian, and African traditions typically paint a more social picture of life, emphasizing balance and cooperation over individualistic concerns (Mitchell, 1999).

Parse first published this theory in 1981. It posits quality of life from each person's own perspective as the goal of nursing practice. In other words, the role of the nurse is to guide the client or simply be with him or her to bear witness to the client's experiences. Three themes are noted: meaning, rhythmicity, and transcendence. The first theme, meaning, refers to clients coparticipating in creating what is real for them through 37 38 self-expression in living their values in a chosen way rather than due to the expectation of others.

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