Ebook Practical Care Planning For Personalised Mental Health Care

Author by : Marjorie Lloyd
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : “This book is an excellent resource which brings together the essential elements of contemporary mental health practice, providing students with practical and values-based guidance for a range of clinical specialties. The language used throughout is accessible and practice-focused case studies provide stimulus for critical reflection. The principles of recovery and person-centred communication are threaded throughout and guides to care-planning allow the student to navigate through the complexity of balancing personalised care with legal and policy requirements.” Dr Jeanette Hewitt, Lecturer, Swansea University, UK "This book provides readers with practical examples on how personalised mental healthcare can be achieved in practice. The authors bring to the text their own personal experiences which will benefit learners and enable them to see how theory can be applied in a practical way to resolve complex problems." Michael Nash, Lecturer, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland “This book is a useful tool for anyone studying mental health. It gives information about the governmental policies which have shaped mental health practice. The framework of the care plan process is described and useful case studies and examples of care plans from various mental health areas are given in each chapter … The reflection exercises and activities set by the authors will help students to understand how to apply the theory to practice.” Deborah Wilson, Mental Health Student Nurse, Sheffield Hallam University, UK This accessible book offers those working in mental health settings a practical guide to writing great care plans. With chapters on care planning in primary care, community care and acute care, each chapter highlights the challenges of care planning, the evidence available in each area, the knowledge needed by the practitioner and the skills needed to work with clients. With the necessary evidence, knowledge and skills provided throughout, this book includes:Dedicated chapters on each of the main settings Practical advice, case study examples and tips for students and practitioners Sample care plans for the most common conditions/scenarios Practical Care Planning for Personalised Mental Health Care is essential reading for mental health nurses in initial training, and qualified staff looking for a practical guide to support CPD study or practice development. It will also be valuable for those students doing mental health pathways or placements. Contributors: Alison Owen Traynor, Brynley Williams, Carl Benton, Marie O’Boyle-Duggan, Marie Yuen, Mark Jukes, Matt Phillips, Neil Robdale, Rowenna Spencer and Thomas Currid


Mental Health Matters

Author by : Paula Nagel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Description : Teachers have a responsibility to support the mental health of children in their care. Current statistics show a significant rise in mental health difficulties in children and young people, and new legislation urges schools to consider whether continuing disruptive behaviour might be the result of an unmet need. However, this is not an area that is universally addressed in teacher training programmes or books. Using real life case studies, this book supports all teachers and school staff in understanding and identifying the early signs of mental health difficulties, and explains how to bring about appropriate early interventions.


Ebook Applying A Personalised Approach To Eligibility Criteria

Author by : Daisy Bogg
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : Daisy Bogg is a qualified and HCPC-registered social worker who has worked within mental health and addiction services for over 20 years, for the NHS, local authorities and voluntary sector organisations. *** This handy book is a guide to applying social care eligibility criteria within a personalised approach. It includes a range of useful practice suggestions and guidance to help social workers think about how they can apply eligibility to psychosocial issues and needs, to ensure individuals are able to access appropriate support options. The book: • Describes legal frameworks for assessment and service delivery • Examines specific elements of eligibility criteria • Provides practice suggestions and checklists • Explores the interface between fair access to care services and NHS CHC criteria • Uses case study examples throughout This pocketbook will help you to ensure that applications for funding individuals are well constructed. The book includes advice on assessing and supporting individuals with complex needs such as mental health, substance misuse or learning disability.. *** *This book forms part of a series of pocketbooks for social workers. These compact guides are written in an accessible and to-the-point style to help the busy practitioner locate the information they need as and when they need it—all bound up in A5 and under! The pocketbooks explore key practical skills involved in such areas as mental capacity, report writing and assessment.* 'Packed with handy hints and good practice, this pocketbook illustrates how personalised social care can be funded in the Age of Austerity. In the context of dwindling public finances, social workers can apply creative approaches to eligibility criteria to help ensure an individual’s recovery from a mental health problem is appropriately supported.' Martin Webber, Anniversary Reader, University of York, UK


Textbook Of Integrative Mental Health Care

Author by : James Lake
Languange : en
Publisher by : Thieme
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Total Download : 360
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Description : Textbook of Integrative Mental Health Care presents a comprehensive framework of conceptual information and clinical guidelines for the integrative assessment and treatment of common mental illnesses. Extensive evidence tables and easy-to-follow algorithms guide the practitioner step-by-step from initial assessment to treatment planning.


Ebook Personalisation For Social Workers Opportunities And Challenges For Frontline Practice

Author by : Jenni Burton
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 16
Total Download : 658
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Description : Addresses the tensions, opportunities and challenges faced by social workers attempting to implement personal funding and support. This book offers an honest representation of positive aspects of personalisation and examine areas that cause concern. It contains scenarios based on realistic examples of supporting service users and careers.


A Practical Guide To Delivering Personalisation

Author by : Helen Sanderson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 47
Total Download : 360
File Size : 50,5 Mb
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Description : This is the comprehensive guide to delivering personalisation in health and social care using person centred approaches. It covers what personalisation and person centred approaches are, the different elements involved, and how to carry it out with all those receiving care and support, from people with disabilities to people at the end of life.


Ebook Social Work With Adults

Author by : Georgina Koubel
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Total Read : 74
Total Download : 397
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Description : Social Work with Adults is a definitive and accessible textbook on adult services for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Adult social work is a complex and demanding area of practice that is constantly evolving. Practitioners in the field need to develop a depth of understanding, critical analysis, reflection and creativity as well as a capacity for dealing with change and the challenges that arise as a consequence. This invaluable book explores developments in working with adults from the days of the Poor Laws to current policies on personalisation in a dynamic and informative way. Written with expertise gained either through professional roles or through life experience (and sometimes both), the book captures the voices and personal experiences of practitioners and service users, as well as those of academics and trainers. These experts examine the social and political contexts that frame social work and share their insights and understanding around the topic, bringing the dilemmas and discourses to life. This is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as those already working with adults in social work and social care, who will find new ideas and innovative perspectives to enhance their practice. Contributors: Ian Devereux, Felicity Elvidge, Donna Francis, Keith French, Edith Lewis, Charley Melville-Wiseman, Julie Potten, Marilyn Russell, Louise Watch, Mark Wiles and Yolaine Jacquelin. "This is a well written, authoritative and accessible text that would be a good resource for anyone wanting to learn about social work with adults in the UK. Each chapter is well organised, with clearly expressed learning outcomes and with thoughtful activities included to support learning." Dr Peter Scourfield, Peter Scourfield, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK "Few texts capture or combine the perspectives and experiences of both adult service users and those social workers who seek to support and work alongside them. This one does and should be applauded for this. The reader gains a real sense of each contributor as a person and as a professional and/or service user. This is, above all, a positive, forward-looking book and one which I recommend to students, practice educators and university lecturers alike." Jem Price, Social Worker and Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton, UK "The ever-changing face of adult social care means that there is considerable need for a title like this, for practitioners and students struggling to understand the shifting sands on which they work. I consider this a very useful resource." Dr Andy Mantell, Senior Lecturer, Social Work Dept, University of Chichester, UK


Essentials Of Mental Health Nursing

Author by : Karen Wright
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 41
Total Download : 466
File Size : 50,7 Mb
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Description : This groundbreaking textbook provides Mental Health nursing students with the essential knowledge needed to deliver truly person-centred and compassionate care. It also adopts the latest approaches to mental health care by focusing on positive recovery and exploring both the bio-medical and psycho-social approaches.


Private Practice Essentials

Author by : Howard Baumgarten
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pesi Publishing & Media
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 80
Total Download : 297
File Size : 43,6 Mb
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Description : Private Practice Essentials is an innovative, practical guide and workbook for creating business and clinical success in your counseling and therapy practice. You'll be guided through numerous exercises that provide a solid and personalized plan with realistic and attainable goals. It's like having a professional business consultant right at your fingertips. 75+ reproducible worksheets, forms and exercises * Networking & Marketing Strategies * Tips to Improve Financial Success * Budgeting Tools * Clinical Intake and Business Forms * Business Plan Templates * Diversification Strategies


Assessment And Diagnosis Review For Advanced Practice Nursing Certification Exams

Author by : Alice Teall
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 12
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Description : Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. Includes 6 months' free ExamPrepConnect Digital Access with print purchase! Assessment and Diagnosis Review for Advanced Practice Nursing Certification Exams is designed to help nurse practitioner students strengthen their assessment and clinical-reasoning skills in preparation for certification exams, clinical rotations, and clinical practice. This must-have print + digital resource is relevant for the AANPCB and ANCC Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner exams, ANCC Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner exam, and PNCB Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Primary Care exam. It includes both review content and practice Q&A--everything you need to pass the exam. It includes comprehensive coverage of pediatric, pregnant, and older adult populations, as well as social determinants of health and wellness and mental health and substance abuse. The review manual begins with evidence-based strategies for successful exam performance and tips for self-care. Each systems-based chapter includes an overview of anatomy and physiology; physical examination; differentials for episodic, acute, and chronic conditions; and wellness and preventive care considerations. Knowledge and application of key concepts are reinforced with numerous illustrations, tables, red flag boxes, evidence-based practice considerations, and end-of-chapter assessment questions. The review concludes with a 150-question practice test that addresses all patient populations and a 50-question practice for the pediatric population. With a total of 350 practice questions, detailed review content and answer rationales, and a convenient print + digital package, Assessment and Diagnosis Review for Advanced Practice Nursing Certification Exams gives you the tools to study your way and the confidence to pass the first time, guaranteed. Key Features: Prepares APRN students for the assessment and diagnosis portions of their AANPCB, ANCC, and PNCB certification exams Provides a comprehensive yet concise review of the assessment of all body systems, as well as social determinants of health and mental health and substance abuse Includes coverage of pediatric, pregnant, and older adult populations Features abundant illustrations, tables, and boxes to facilitate information retention Includes a total of 350 exam-style questions with robust rationales, including two practice tests Content available digitally via ExamPrepConnect for study on the go ExamPrepConnect Features: All the high-quality content from the book Personalized study plan based on exam date 350 questions and answers with rationales--study by topic to identify strengths and weaknesses Timed practice tests to accurately gauge exam preparedness Discussion board to connect with your exam-prep community Games to make studying fun! The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCB), American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), and Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB) are the sole owners of their certification programs. AANPCB, ANCC, and PNCB do not endorse this exam preparation resource, nor do they have a proprietary relationship with Springer Publishing Company.


Practical Predictive Analytics And Decisioning Systems For Medicine

Author by : Linda Miner
Languange : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 37
Total Download : 803
File Size : 53,7 Mb
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Description : With the advent of electronic medical records years ago and the increasing capabilities of computers, our healthcare systems are sitting on growing mountains of data. Not only does the data grow from patient volume but the type of data we store is also growing exponentially. Practical Predictive Analytics and Decisioning Systems for Medicine provides research tools to analyze these large amounts of data and addresses some of the most pressing issues and challenges where data integrity is compromised: patient safety, patient communication, and patient information. Through the use of predictive analytic models and applications, this book is an invaluable resource to predict more accurate outcomes to help improve quality care in the healthcare and medical industries in the most cost–efficient manner. Practical Predictive Analytics and Decisioning Systems for Medicine provides the basics of predictive analytics for those new to the area and focuses on general philosophy and activities in the healthcare and medical system. It explains why predictive models are important, and how they can be applied to the predictive analysis process in order to solve real industry problems. Researchers need this valuable resource to improve data analysis skills and make more accurate and cost-effective decisions. Includes models and applications of predictive analytics why they are important and how they can be used in healthcare and medical research Provides real world step-by-step tutorials to help beginners understand how the predictive analytic processes works and to successfully do the computations Demonstrates methods to help sort through data to make better observations and allow you to make better predictions


How To Just Eat It

Author by : Laura Thomas
Languange : en
Publisher by : Boxtree
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Total Read : 81
Total Download : 978
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Description : Laura is a fire starter of the revolution in how we think about food, eating and our bodies' Red Laura Thomas PhD shows you how to actually break the diet cycle and free yourself from restrictive dieting and punishing exercise, one step at a time. How to Just Eat It is a practical and interactive guide from bestselling author of Just Eat It and Registered Nutritionist Laura Thomas PhD. This book contains more than eighty activities – from journalling to self-care techniques – to help you reframe your approach to food and eating and find an escape from diets and restriction. Beginning with simple exercises for changing your mindset, Thomas shows how to use easy everyday tools to break free from prevailing diet mentality, understand fullness cues, and nurture a neutral, judgement-free approach to food. Thanks to expert step-by-step guidance and support through the principles of Intuitive Eating as well as other therapeutic practices, the book will prepare you with a range of personalised tools and skills that give structure to a new and better relationship with food and your body.


Yoga Therapy For Stress And Anxiety

Author by : Robert Butera
Languange : en
Publisher by : Llewellyn Worldwide
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 23
Total Download : 929
File Size : 45,6 Mb
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Description : Create a personalized path to healing with this step-by-step guide to holistic change. Comprehensive and accessible no matter your skill level, Yoga Therapy for Stress and Anxiety helps you understand what creates a stress-filled life so that you may choose a life of ease instead. Through yoga practice and the lesser-known lifestyle aspects of yoga, you will be able to face all situations from the calm perspective of the higher self. Incorporating exercises, breathing techniques, meditation, and many other tools, this guide provides effective methods for repairing areas of imbalance and identifying your needs. Learn about the five yogic paths of psychology, intellect, health, work, and relationships. Apply a variety of yoga postures for relaxation, improved attitude and sleep, self-acceptance, and more. With the transformative power of a whole-lifestyle approach, you will achieve wellness in your mind, body, and soul. Praise: “A comprehensive and extremely accessible guide for modern health. Grounded in the ancient practices, the three authors weave modern understanding into practical tools that will serve all of us far into the future.”—Matthew J. Taylor, PT, PhD, past president of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and author of Fostering Creativity in Rehabilitation


The Ghost Map

Author by : Steven Johnson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Riverhead Books
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Total Read : 37
Total Download : 510
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Description : A historical chronicle of Victorian London's worst cholera outbreak traces the day-by-day efforts of Dr. John Snow, who put his own life on the line in his efforts to prove his previously dismissed contagion theory about how the epidemic was spreading. Reprint.