The Role of the Mental Health Nurse
Nelson Thornes, 2001 - Medical - 214 pages
Nine contributions from academics and clinicians examine the various roles of the mental health nurse in relation to clients and colleagues and within the context of the health care organization. Following an historical overview of mental health nursing, individual chapters discuss the skills nurses need to fulfill their roles as assessors, educators, therapists, reflectors, managers, supervisors, researchers, and clinicians. Distributed in the US by ISBS. c. Book News Inc.
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