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Chronic Mental Illness

Chronic Mental Illness Chapter 5 CONTENTS Literature Review Methods Community Adjustment and Intervention Recidivism Case Management Client Self-Monitoring and Patient Education Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Patient Violence and Seclusion Medication Compliance Rural Service Use Cultural Compatibility Summary and Recommendations Demarcation of chronic mental illness as a research area is dfficult for two reasons, one related to the nature of the practice and the other to the problem of understanding the unceaainty of chnic mental illness. Jones and Jones (1987) noted that it is difficult to distinguish the observations and behaviors withii psychiatric nursing from those within other mental health professions. More frequently than in other health areas, mental health practitioners across disciplii~cine, psychiatry, psychology, nursing, and social wark- share and interchange roles, tasks, and responsibilities. The field of psychiatric nursing evolved from psychiatry, nursing, and social sciences. From the middle 1950s well into the 19705, undcr the % RBSBMCII ON NURSING PRACTICE leadership of Peplau and other exprt psychiatric nurse educator-practitioners, psychmrric nursing theory and practice reflected inmpenonal-intrapsychic pdgrns. During this period, psychiatric nurses were primarily concerned with processes of effective inteqwsonal interventions. For some psychiatric nurses, clinical investigations (research) were focused on the application of psychoanalytic principles and interpretations in psychiatric http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

Chronic Mental Illness

Annual Review of Nursing Research , Volume 10 (1): 18 – Sep 1, 1992

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.10.1.95
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Abstract

Chapter 5 CONTENTS Literature Review Methods Community Adjustment and Intervention Recidivism Case Management Client Self-Monitoring and Patient Education Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Patient Violence and Seclusion Medication Compliance Rural Service Use Cultural Compatibility Summary and Recommendations Demarcation of chronic mental illness as a research area is dfficult for two reasons, one related to the nature of the practice and the other to the problem of understanding the unceaainty of chnic mental illness. Jones and Jones (1987) noted that it is difficult to distinguish the observations and behaviors withii psychiatric nursing from those within other mental health professions. More frequently than in other health areas, mental health practitioners across disciplii~cine, psychiatry, psychology, nursing, and social wark- share and interchange roles, tasks, and responsibilities. The field of psychiatric nursing evolved from psychiatry, nursing, and social sciences. From the middle 1950s well into the 19705, undcr the % RBSBMCII ON NURSING PRACTICE leadership of Peplau and other exprt psychiatric nurse educator-practitioners, psychmrric nursing theory and practice reflected inmpenonal-intrapsychic pdgrns. During this period, psychiatric nurses were primarily concerned with processes of effective inteqwsonal interventions. For some psychiatric nurses, clinical investigations (research) were focused on the application of psychoanalytic principles and interpretations in psychiatric

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 1992

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