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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Education

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Education Chapter 7 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Education MAxINE E. loOMIS Colll!GE OF NURSINO UNIVERSITY OF SoUTH CAJ.OUNA CONTENTS Predicting Success on the State Board lest Pool Examination 154 Characteristics of Students and Graduates 156 Impact of Curriculum on Students 159 Psychiatric Nursing Clinical Experiences 160 Interactional Group Experience 161 Summary and Research Directions 163 The review of research related to psychiatric nursing education con­ tained in this chapter includes studies published between 1963 and 1986. Although admittedly arbitrary, 1963 was selected as the begin­ ning review date because of its historical relevance to mental health practitioners in general. The Community Mental Health Centers Act was passed by Congress in 1963 and eventually led to the deinstitu­ tionalization movement, which persists at the time of this writing. As federal funds for mental health services have declined steadily over the ensuing 20 years, deinstitutionalization has come to represent a with­ drawal of treatment and even care and support services for the mental­ ly ill. The Community Mental Health Centers Act also had a signifi­ cant impact on psychiatric nursing practice and education. Specifical- 153 154 RESEARCH ON NURSING EDUCATION Iy, National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) funds were allocated to prepare generic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Education

Annual Review of Nursing Research , Volume 6 (1): 14 – Sep 1, 1988

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.6.1.153
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Chapter 7 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Education MAxINE E. loOMIS Colll!GE OF NURSINO UNIVERSITY OF SoUTH CAJ.OUNA CONTENTS Predicting Success on the State Board lest Pool Examination 154 Characteristics of Students and Graduates 156 Impact of Curriculum on Students 159 Psychiatric Nursing Clinical Experiences 160 Interactional Group Experience 161 Summary and Research Directions 163 The review of research related to psychiatric nursing education con­ tained in this chapter includes studies published between 1963 and 1986. Although admittedly arbitrary, 1963 was selected as the begin­ ning review date because of its historical relevance to mental health practitioners in general. The Community Mental Health Centers Act was passed by Congress in 1963 and eventually led to the deinstitu­ tionalization movement, which persists at the time of this writing. As federal funds for mental health services have declined steadily over the ensuing 20 years, deinstitutionalization has come to represent a with­ drawal of treatment and even care and support services for the mental­ ly ill. The Community Mental Health Centers Act also had a signifi­ cant impact on psychiatric nursing practice and education. Specifical- 153 154 RESEARCH ON NURSING EDUCATION Iy, National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) funds were allocated to prepare generic

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 1988

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