By Rebecca Neno, Barry Aveyard, Hazel Heath
Older humans and psychological well-being Nursing presents an evidence-based advisor to taking care of the turning out to be variety of older individuals with psychological overall healthiness concerns. It makes a speciality of the data and key abilities which practitioners require to paintings successfully with older those who have, or are prone to constructing, psychological well-being needs.Divided into 5 sections, Older humans and psychological well-being Nursing first explores the historical past, historic views and impacts on psychological future health care in later existence. It then appears to be like on the moral and felony concerns concerned, healing relationships, and the values underpinning aid and care. half 3 makes a speciality of features that have often been overlooked in psychological future health care, together with tradition, faith and sexuality. half 4 information particular psychological health and wellbeing concerns for older humans, together with delirium, melancholy, and dementia. the ultimate part explores destiny developments in older people’s psychological future health and provides rules on how nursing is constructing, and will boost, to handle these.Offers a realistic evidence-based consultant to the care of older individuals with psychological medical conditions contains suggestion frightening perform examples all through comprises directions for nursing perform & healing interventions contains case stories and reflective situations Written by means of specialists within the box
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Older People and Mental Health Nursing: A Handbook of Care by Rebecca Neno, Barry Aveyard, Hazel Heath