The mental health nurse : views of practice and education / edited by Stephen Tilley.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Tilley, Stephen (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Blackwell Science, 1997.
Table of Contents:
  • List of Contributors
  • Introduction
  • 1. A Personal View of Psychiatric Nursing
  • 2. The Craft of Care: Towards Collaborative Caring in Psychiatric Nursing
  • 3. Caring About the Client: The Role of Gender, Empathy and Power in the Therapeutic Process
  • 4. Coercion, Control and Mental Health Nursing
  • 5. Reflections from the Outside in: My Journey Into, Through and Beyond Psychiatric Nursing
  • 6. Reflections of a Senior Nurse Manager
  • 7. Taking Stock of Psychiatric Nursing
  • 8. Ambiguity in Nursing: The Person and the Organisation as Contrasting Sources of Meaning in Nursing Practice
  • 9. Therapeutic Mental Health Nursing in the Acute In-Patient Setting: Mission Impossible
  • 10. The Mental Health Nurse as Rhetorician
  • 11. Negotiating Difference in Mental Health Nursing in New Zealand
  • 12. Is Dementia a Challenge to the Identity of the Mental Health Nurse?
  • Conclusion
  • Index.

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