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Test Bank - Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice (6th Edition by Boyd) Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Chapter 01: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice 2 Cha... pter 02: Mental Health and Mental Disorders 6 Chapter 03: Cultural and Spiritual Issues Related to Mental Health Care 10 Chapter 04: Patient Rights and Legal Issues 14 Chapter 05: Mental Health Care in the Community 18 Chapter 06: Ethics, Standards, and Nursing Frameworks 21 Chapter 07: Psychosocial Theoretic Basis of Psychiatric Nursing 25 Chapter 08: Biologic Foundations of Psychiatric Nursing 29 Chapter 09: Communication and the Therapeutic Relationship 33 Chapter 10: The Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Process 37 Chapter 11: Psychopharmacology, Dietary Supplements, and Biologic Interventions 41 Chapter 12: Cognitive Interventions in Psychiatric Nursing 46 Chapter 13: Group Interventions 50 Chapter 14: Family Assessment and Interventions 54 Chapter 15: Mental Health Promotion for Children and Adolescents 58 Chapter 16: Mental Health Promotion for Young and Middle-Aged Adults 61 Chapter 17: Mental Health Promotion for Older Adults 64 Chapter 18: Stress and Mental Health 68 Chapter 19: Management of Anger, Aggression, and Violence 72 Chapter 20: Crisis, Loss, Grief, Response, Bereavement, and Disaster Management 76 Chapter 21: Suicide Prevention: Screening, Assessment, and Intervention 80 Chapter 22: Schizophrenia and Related Disorders: Nursing Care of Persons with Thought Disorders Chapter 23: Depression: Management of Depressive Moods and Suicidal Behavior Chapter 24: Bipolar Disorders: Management of Mood Lability Chapter 25: Anxiety Disorders: Management of Anxiety, Phobia, and Panic Chapter 26: Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders Chapter 27: Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders Chapter 28: Personality and Borderline Personality Disorder: Management of Emotional Dysregulation and Self-Harm 84 92 96 99 103 105 106 Chapter 29: Antisocial Personality and Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders 109 Chapter 30: Addiction and Substance-Related Disorders Chapter 31: Eating Disorders: Management of Eating and Weight Chapter 32: Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders Chapter 33: Nursing Care of Persons with Insomnia and Sleep Problems Chapter 34: Sexual Disorders: Management of Sexual Dysfunction and Paraphilias Chapter 35: Mental Health Assessment of Children and Adolescents Chapter 36: Mental Health Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence Chapter 37: Mental Health Assessment of Older Adults Chapter 38: Neurocognitive Disorders Chapter 39: Caring for Persons Who Are Homeless and Mentally Ill Chapter 40: Caring for Persons With Co-occurring Mental Disorders Chapter 41: Caring for Survivors of Violence and Abuse Chapter 42: Caring for Persons With Mental Illness and Criminal Behavior Chapter 43: Caring for Medically Compromised Persons 113 117 121 125 129 132 135 139 142 146 150 154 158 162 Test Bank - Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice (6th Edition by Boyd) 2 Chapter 01: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice 1. A group of nursing students are reviewing information about the evolution of mental health care and are discussing the recommendations of the final report of the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health. The students demonstrate understanding of this information when they identify that the report recommended an increase in which of the following? A) Numbers of mental health hospitals B) State funding for mental health care C) Clinics supplemented by general hospital units D) Use of psychotherapy by psychiatrists 2. A nurse is reviewing the American Nurses Association‟s Statement on Psychiatric Nursing Practice published in 1967, which sanctioned the involvement of psychiatricmental health nurses in the provision of holistic nursing care. Integrating knowledge of the various theories and views of mental health and illness, the nurse identifies which of the following as most strongly linked to this holistic approach? A) Sigmund Freud‟s psychoanalytic theory B) Florence Nightingale‟s Notes on Nursing C) Hildegarde D) Clifford Beers‟ A Mind That Found Itself E) Peplau‟s Interpersonal Relations in Nursing 3. A nursing instructor is preparing a presentation about key events and people that influenced the development of contemporary mental health and illness care. When describing the effects of World War II, which of the following would the instructor include? A) People began to view mental illness as more commonplace and acceptable. B) The biologic understanding of mental illness was almost fully developed. C) Deinstitutionalization occurred in response to the community health movement. D) Mental illnesses became categorized as psychoses or neuroses. 4. A nursing student is presenting a discussion of the history of psychiatricmental health nursing and its place within nursing history. Which of the following would be most appropriate to include? A) Certification for the psychiatricmental health nursing specialty was first emphasized by Mary Adelaide Nutting. B) Psychiatric nurses played a part in seeing that all deinstitutionalized patients got treatment at community mental health centers. C) There is a historical link between the first nursing program to admit male students and the first training school for psychiatric nursing. D) The first graduate program in psychiatric nurses was established in response to the publication of psychiatric nursing specialty journals. 5. Two nursing students are discussing psychiatricmental health nursing and the role it has played in nursing‟s overall history. Which statement is most accurate? A) The importance of using therapeutic communication was stressed by Nightingale. B) The use of self-care to enhance the immune system was taught by Dorothea Dix. C) The moral treatment of mental illness was a primary focus of deinstitutionalization. D) Peplau was the first nurse to stress the importance of therapeutic communication. 6. When reviewing the evolution of mental health and illness care, which event is as [Show More]

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