Basic psychiatric concepts in nursing / Charles K. Hofling [and] Madeleine M. Leininger. Guest author: Elizabeth Bregg. With a chapter on child and adolescent psychiatry and the role of the nurse, by C. Glenn Clements]

By: Hofling, Charles K
Contributor(s): Leininger, Madeleine M [joint author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Philadelphia, Lippincott c1967Edition: 2d editionDescription: xx, 583 p. illus. 22 cmSubject(s): Psychiatric nursing | PsychiatryDDC classification: 610.7368
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Contents
1. Some Characteristics of Nursing Care
2. Emotional Problems of Patients
3. Understanding Nurse-Patient Relationships

Part 1. Significance of Nurse- Patient Relationships
Part 2. Communication in Nursing-Patients Relationships
Part 3. Approaches to Nurse-Patients Relationships
Part 4. Phases in Nurse-Patient Relationships

4. The Patient's Environment
5. Basic concepts of the Mind and of Mental Health
6. Fundamental Dynamic Concepts
7. Fundamental Dynamic Concepts
8. Agencies of the Mind : Id, Ego and and Superego
9. Personality Development and Adjustment Mechanisms
10. Personality Development and Adjustment Mechanisms
11. Neurotic Disorders : Traumatic Neuroses and Psychoneuroses
12. The Psychoses
13. The Psychoses
14. The Psychoses
15. The Personality Disorders (Character Disorders)
16. Psychosomatic Medicine and Nursing : The Organ Neuroses
17. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Role of the Nurse
18. Psychiatric Treatment
19. Psychiatric Treatment
20. Psychiatric Treatment
21. Members of the Psychiatric Team; A Forward Look.

Includes bibliographies.

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