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The mental health nurse, functions, and phenomena of concern

The mental health nurse, functions, and phenomena of concern



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    • The Mental Health NurseERIC F PAZZIUAGAN, RN, MAN, DScN Units
    • Areas of Practice
    • Basic-level Functions Counselling  Interventions and communication techniques  Problem-solving  Crisis interventions  Stress management  Behavior modification
    •  Milieu Therapy  Maintain therapeutic environment  Teach skills  Encourage communication between clients and others  Promote growth through role modelling
    •  Self-care activities  independence  Increase self-esteem  Improve function and health Psychobiologic Interventions  Administer medications  Teach  Observe
    •  Health teaching Case management Health promotion and maintenance
    • Advance level functions Psychotherapy Prescriptive authority Consultation and liaison Evaluation Program development and management Clinical supervision
    • Psychiatric- Mental Health Nursing Phenomena of Concern
    •  Promotion of optimal mental and physical well-being and prevention of mental illness. Impaired ability to function related to psychiatric, emotional, and physiological distress. Alterations in thinking, perceiving and communicating due to psychiatric disorders or mental health problems. Behaviors and mental states that indicate potential danger to self and others
    •  Emotional stress related to illness, pain, disability, and loss Symptom management, side effects, or toxiciness associated with self- administered drugs, psychopharmacological interventions, and other treatment modalities The barriers to treatment efficacy and recovery posed by alcohol and substance abuse and dependence Self-concept and body image changes, developmental, life process
    •  Physical symptoms that occur along with altered psychological status Psychological symptoms that occur along with altered physiological status Interpersonal, organizational, sociocultural, spiritual or environmental circumstances or events that have an effect on the mental and emotional well-being of the family or community Elements of recovery, including ability to maintain housing, employment, and social support, that helps individuals re-engage in seeking meaningful lives. Societal factors such as violence, poverty, and substance abuse.