Psychology for Nurses

Theory and Practice

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Author: Anne Byrne,Don Byrne

Publisher: Macmillan Education AU

ISBN: 9780732903466

Category: Clinical health psychology

Page: 242

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Text combining theory and practice and designed for both students and experienced professional nurses. The authors argue that successful nursing is based on good relationships with patients. Includes references and an index.

Psychology for Nurses, Second Edition - E-Book

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Author: Stephen Babu

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 8131253260

Category: Medical

Page: 235

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This book is based on the INC-prescribed syllabus for B.Sc. Nursing students. It is also of great use to the undergraduate students of diploma in nursing (GNM) and physiology physiotherapy (BPT). As the nursing students are beginners in psychology, this text helps them understand the concepts in a very simple, easy-to-understand manner, suitable for the undergraduate level. 1. Fully covers the syllabus prescribed by the INC 2. Covers all the essential concepts of psychology, such as learning, intelligence, memory, personality, emotions, etc. 3. Content is richly supported by many student-friendly features: a. Learning Objectives: Readies the learner for what he or she is going to learn from the chapter b. Key Terms: Give Provide additional insight to the learner about the inner contents of the chapter c. Multiple Choice Questions: Help the learner enjoy revising the chapter content by solving the short MCQs d. Short and Long Answer Questions: Based on the actual questions appearing in the university exams, tothey help the learner map his or her readiness against the actual questions appearing in the examination –Thoroughly revised, updated content as recommended by the panel of reviewers, the best authorities on the subject. –The subject content has been restructured, developedreorganized, and refined and restructured at several points: –Chapter on Mental Health and Hygiene has been thoroughly revamped, elaborated with the classification of mental disorder. –In chapter on Developmental Psychology, stages of human development have been elaborated with three domains of development. –The concept of attitude was explained and discussed as separate a chapter. –Application of psychology in nursing has been added to each chapter by the coauthor, an experienced nursing faculty member.

Psychology for Nurses

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Author: Devinder Rana,Dominic Upton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317904257

Category: Medical

Page: 640

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This text aims to be useful and relevant for student nurses from all backgrounds with a range of professional aspirations. It demonstrates the importance of psychology in both the nursing role and in health care in general.

Psychology for Nursing

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Author: Alison Torn,Pete Greasley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780745671482

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 304

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This innovative new textbook covers a range of clinical situations a nurse may encounter in their professional career, providing useful insights into challenging patient - and colleague - encounters. Written by a team of educators and clinicians with considerable expertise in their respective fields, the book focuses on the application of psychology in key areas of nursing (child, adult, older people, learning disabilities, mental health) providing practical approaches and techniques that nurses can use in their daily practice with patients. It includes several features to support teaching and learning: · Clearly defined learning outcomes for each chapter · Examples throughout to illustrate the application of psychology · Case studies following a student nurse through different placements and experiences during her nurse training · Structured activities and questions for discussion to encourage reflection on practice · Annotated suggestions for further reading With nurses increasingly being held to public and professional account, the importance of understanding a clinical encounter, in particular the psychological aspects of it together with developing a skillset to respond to patients, has never been greater. This accessible and entertaining book will be indispensable reading for nurses at undergraduate and graduate level, particularly those on the pre-registration nursing diploma and Bsc (Hons) in Nursing.

Basic Psychology for Nursing in India

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Author: Ann J Zwemer

Publisher: BI Publications Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9788172252854

Category:

Page: 272

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The book titled Basic Psychology is quite comprehensive as it deals with all the important aspects of general psychology and human behaviour in a very simple and readable form. The author has succeeded in including some thoughts and ideas of modern psychologists. The content is presented with utmost clarity and thoroughness. The illustrations and drawings will sustain the interest of the students. It will be a very valuable text book for nursing students as there are adequate explanations and thought provoking discussions. The summary and quiz in each chapter will be very helpful for the students to facilitate learning process and develop good study habits.

Introducing Psychology for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals

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Author: Dominic Upton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317902475

Category: Medical

Page: 424

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What makes someone feel healthy? Why do some people respond differently under stress to others? Why don’t people always follow nursing advice? This second edition of Introducing Psychology for Nurses and Healthcare Professionalsprovides an accessible but thorough introduction to the key psychological theories and concepts which underpin nursing and healthcare, and clearly demonstrates how they can be applied in clinical practice. Using a research-led approach, each chapter guides you through important theories and topics in health psychology, such as lifespan and development, communication, and social processes, and helps you use your understanding to deliver better patient care.

Psychology For Nurses And The Caring Professions

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Author: Walker, Jan,Payne, Sheila,Jarrett, Nikki

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335243916

Category: Medical

Page: 302

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"This beautifully written book ... clearly explains the application of psychological concepts and theories to health and succinctly summarises key issues. Each chapter also provides a series of vignettes capturing the kind of real-life situations health and social care professionals will encounter in their own practice and a set of thought-provoking exercises ... These will be invaluable in developing critical thinking skills and growing the capacity to provide the kind of empathic care which is the heart of person-centred practice" Dr Wendy Cousins, Course Director, University of Ulster School of Nursing, UK "I have recommended earlier editions of this book and now am delighted to say that this latest edition is even better. The authors continue to clearly explain the relevance of psychological theories, models and approaches to nursing care but now, through the use of frequent reflective activities, vignettes and a 'psychosoap' family, students are also highly encouraged to identify how the theory will help them to become the high quality holistic practitioners they desire to be." Anthony Duffy, Nurse Tutor, College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University, UK "This new edition embraces innovation in student learning. The use of the 'psychosoap' provides a structure which is meaningful and insightful. The chapter exercises have 'realworld' application and can be used to understand your own and others motivations, beliefs and values. Unlike many psychology texts ... this book offers real 'food for thought' and provides the building blocks which link theory to practice. It will also be a valuable resource for those who like to 'dip in' to a book." Philip Larkin, Professor of Clinical Nursing (Palliative Care), and Joint Chair, University College Dublin and Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services, Ireland "This new edition continues to improve the reader's experience, providing comprehensive insight into the complex subject of psychology. It is user friendly, underpinned by research findings and will enable the reader to apply its concepts personally and professionally. It is a text which is well designed for student use and application and it has employed a number of innovative features ... An excellent resource, which I would highly recommend." Siobhan McCullough, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen's University Belfast, UK This bestselling book enables those working in health and social care to learn and apply sound psychological principles in the delivery of excellent, evidence-based, patient-centred care. The emphasis throughout is on the promotion and maintenance of personal well-being and quality of life - for care professionals and those they care for. The new edition features a more engaging and user-friendly format and has been comprehensively revised and updated to reflect the latest psychological knowledge. Psychological principles are also clearly set out and summarised in ways that are easy to read and understand. The fourth edition includes: A unique focus on transferable knowledge and skills applicable in a variety of situations Exercises integrated throughout the text to consolidate learning Examples presented in the form of 'psychosoap' characters drawn from the authors' experiences in research and practice An emphasis on positive psychology and promotion of resilience in the management of stress and negative emotions Reviews of recent advances in cognitive science and issues related to communication Psychology for Nurses and the Caring Professions is a succinct, readable and relevant introductory text ideal for students and practitioners in health or social care.

Psychology for Nurses and Health Professionals, Second Edition

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Author: Richard Gross,Nancy Kinnison

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1444179934

Category: Medical

Page: 531

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Psychology for Nurses and Health Professionals, Second Edition is an accessible guide providing comprehensive coverage of psychology for nurses and healthcare professionals in training and practice. Key features include: Fully updated and restructured to ensure content matches training requirements for nurses and healthcare practitioners Stronger focus on the biopsychosocial model, therapeutic relationships and self-awareness More examples to highlight application with theories demonstrated through scenarios relevant to practice Accessible style with critical discussion boxes, student diary entries, reflection points, summary boxes and glossary Free lecturer PowerPoints, extension material, MCQs and exercises available to download Written by the bestselling psychology author Richard Gross and Nancy Kinnison, an experienced nurse and lecturer, this is an essential guide to applying theoretical aspects of psychology to nursing and health care.

Essential Psychology for Nurses and Other Health Professionals

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Author: Graham Russell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134659237

Category: Medical

Page: 248

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This text examines the concepts which are fundamental to everyday nursing practice. Understanding how individuals function psychologically in health and illness is vital to providing appropriate care for all patients and clients. Assuming no previous knowledge of the subject, the author explores the basis of individual psychology focusing on personality traits, beliefs systems, body-image and self-esteem. Periods of illness are seen as psychologically demanding events which individuals cope with in different ways. The book considers how we recognize and interpret the signs and symptoms of illness in ourselves, what influences the decision to seek help and whether or not we comply with advice from health professionals. The contribution of psychological factors to physical wellbeing is also examined and the link between psychological theory and patient care is examined throughout the book. With scenarios and questions to help the reader apply the concepts to nursing practice Essential Psychology for Nurses provides an excellent introduction to the subject for pre-registration students and those studying psychological concepts in relation to health care.