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Older People and Mental Health Nursing: A Handbook of Care Paperback – October 29, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-1405151696 ISBN-10: 1405151692 Edition: 1st

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"This is a good book which is well written and very readable. Its key success is in the inclusion of aspects of older persons' mental health care which have traditionally been neglected in the literature." (Journal of Dementia Care, July/August 2008)

"A good purchase for those specialising in the nursing of older people." (Primary Health Care)

"This is a useful book for student nurses and those wishing to gain a fundamental understanding of mental health needs in older people." (Journal of Community Nursing)

“Clear, precise and easy to follow…I am really interested in working with the older adult and found this book great to read and full of useful information. This book will be great reference for now and after I am finished with my training.” (Daniel Jenks; 3rd year nursing student; University of West Scotland)

Book Description

Older People and Mental Health Nursing provides an evidence-based guide to caring for the growing number of older people with mental health issues. It includes evidence-based clinical guidelines, explores best practice in the context of recent developments including the National Service Framework for Older People and provides best-practice tips on how to care for older people in a variety of settings. Key topics include acute and enduring mental health, legal and ethical issues, consent and control, physical health, depression, dementia and mental health promotion. Edited by members of the RCN Mental Health and Older People's Forum and with contributions from clinical nursing experts in the field, Older People and Mental Health Nursing equips mental health nurses with the knowledge and skills required by to provide effective nursing care.

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