Table of contents for Oxford handbook of mental health nursing / Patrick Callaghan and Helen Waldock.

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Contents
Foreword 
Preface 
Detailed contents x
List of contributors xix
Abbreviations xxii
1 Introduction 1
2 Essential mental health nursing skills 159
3 Interventions 143
4 Violence 179
5 Risk 189
6 Common mental disorders 205
7 Mental Health Act 241
8 Medications 261
9 Culture 275
10 Older people 285
11 Leadership 299
12 Evidence-based mental health nursing 327
13 Research 347
14 Liaison mental health services 385
15 National Occupational Standards for mental health 397
16 Shared capabilities 429
Index
Detailed contents
Foreword 
Preface 
List of contributors xix
Abbreviations xxii
1 Introduction 1
Concepts of mental health and illness 2
Explaining mental illness 4
Understanding mental illness 6
The stress vulnerability model 8
The experience of mental illness 10
Early detection of mental illness 12
The capable practitioner framework (CPF) 14
Person-centred mental health nursing 18
The principles and codes of professional practice 20
Accountability 22
Case management skills 24
Values and attitudes for professional practice 26
The carer's charter 28
Guidelines for working with users 30
Ethics 32
The essence of care 34
The care programme approach (CPA) 36
The single assessment process for older adults (SAP) 38
The National Service Framework for Mental Health 40
The National Service Framework for Older people 42
The biological context of mental health care 44
The socio-cultural context of mental health care 46
Mental health promotion 48
Transcultural mental health nursing 50
Models of mental health nursing 52
Mental health nursing in context 54
Rehabilitation and recovery 56
2 Essential mental health nursing skills 59
Mental health assessment 60
Physical health assessment 62
Care planning 64
Psychosocial interventions with individuals 66
Psychosocial interventions with families 68
Working in groups 70
Working with users and carers 72
Engaging users and carers 74
Developing, maintaining, and ending therapeutic alliances 76
Empathy 78
Interpersonal communication 80
Counselling 82
Medication management 84
Safe and effective observation of patients 86
Observations of vital signs 88
Maintaining a safe environment 90
Presenting reports of work with users at multi-disciplinary meetings and case conferences 92
Record keeping 94
Discharge planning 96
Motivational interviewing 98
Using rating scales 100
Care of the survivor 102
Crisis intervention 104
Social inclusion 106
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) 108
Challenging behaviour 110
Occupational stress in the mental health work-force 112
Working with homeless people with a mental health problem 114
Working with women with mental health problems 116
Working with people with a perceptual disorder 118
Working with the client with a mood disorder 120
Working with people with anxiety disorder 122
Working with a person with anorexia nervosa 124
Working with the person with bulimia nervosa 126
Working with the person with substance misuse problems 128
Principles of working with service users with sub-stance misuse problems 130
Assessing children and adolescents 132
Interventions in child and adolescent mental health 134
Working with the person with personality disorder (PD) 136
Working with the person who uses forensic services 138
Working with the person who is suicidal and selfharms 140
3 Interventions 143
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) 144
Family therapy 146
Systemic approaches 148
Dialectic behavioural therapy (DBT) 150
Gestalt therapy 152
Psychodynamic therapy 154
Creative therapies 156
Self-help 158
Complementary therapies 160
Psychosocial interventions for psychoses 162
Behavioural activation 164
Relapse prevention 166
Assertive outreach teams 168
Early intervention in psychosis 170
Group therapy 172
Joint crisis plans for people with psychosis 174
Six category intervention analysis 176
4 Violence 179
Recognizing violence 180
Preventing violence 182
Therapeutic management of violence 184
Post-violence incident analysis and management 186
5 Risk 189
Risk assessment - violence 190
Risk assessment - suicide 192
Risk assessment - abuse 194
Risk assessment - self-neglect 196
An intervention to reduce absconding from acute psychiatric wards 198
Risk assessment - falls 200
Risk assessment - fire 202
6 Common mental disorders 205
Anorexia nervosa 206
Bulimia nervosa 208
Schizophrenia 210
Depression 212
Substance misuse 214
Personality disorder 216
Bipolar affective disorder 218
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) 220
Anxiety 222
Phobias 224
Sexual disorders - female 226
Sexual disorders - male 228
Sexual disorders - male and female 230
Somatoform disorders 232
Neuropsychiatric disorders 234
Sleep disorders 236
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 238
7 Mental Health Act 241
The Mental Health Act Code of Practice 242
Involuntary detention 244
Court orders 248
Nurses' holding powers: Section 5(4) 252
Mental Health Review Tribunals (MHRTs) 254
The Mental Health Act Commission (MHAC) 256
Aftercare under supervision (AUS) 258
8 Medications 261
Drugs used in mental health treatment 262
Safe administration of medicines 264
Prescribing medication: general princples 266
Assessing and managing the side-effects of medication 268
Nurse prescribing 272
9 Culture 275
Culturally capable mental health nursing 276
Working with people from different cultural and ethnic groups 278
Sexuality and mental health - a research study 280
Sexuality (sexual orientation) and mental health 282
10 Older people 285
Mental health disorders common in later life 286
Age-sensitive mental health nursing 288
Communicating with the older adult 290
Reality orientation 292
Reminiscence therapy 294
Validation therapy 296
11 Leadership 299
Developing effective teams 300
Leading effective teams 302
Leading an empowered organization 304
Managing effective teams 306
Clinical supervision 308
Management supervision 310
Personal development and appraisal 312
The effective acute psychiatric ward 314
The effective community mental health team 316
Promoting collaboration in primary mental health care 318
Multi-agency working 320
Working with advocacy services 322
Collaborative care 324
12 Evidence-based mental health nursing 327
Introduction to evidence-based practice 328
Evaluating published evidence 330
Clinical governance 332
Clinical audit 334
Clinical guidelines 336
The National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) 338
The Healthcare Commission 340
Disseminating and implementing evidence to im-prove practice 342
Systematic reviews 344
13 Research 347
The research process 348
Quantitative approaches 350
Qualitative approaches 354
Forming research questions 356
Research designs 358
Well-designed studies 360
Sampling 362
Qualitative data collection 364
Qualitative data analysis 366
Quantitative data collection 368
Quantitative data analysis 372
Key issues in quantitative data analysis 374
Ethical issues in research 376
Writing research proposals 378
Writing for publication 380
Using research to improve practice 382
14 Liaison mental health services 385
Liaison mental health services 386
The process of liaison mental health care 388
Liaison mental health nursing competencies 390
Working with specific physical and psychosomatic disorders 392
Assessing capacity to consent 394
15 National Occupational Standards for mental health 397
Practising in a reflective and professionally appropriate manner 398
Enabling access to mental health services 400
Providing mental health services which support families and carers 402
Assessing individual needs for programmes of care 404
Planning and reviewing care programmes for people with mental health needs 406
Following through on care programmes for peo-ple with mental health needs 408
Supporting people with mental health needs in managing their lives 410
Supporting people with mental health needs in managing social situations and interactions with others 412
Supporting people with mental health needs in times of change 414
Contributing to the management of risk and the protection of others 416
Addressing the mental health needs of the population 418
Working with groups and communities to address their mental health needs 420
Influencing organizations' behaviour and services so as to promote peoples mental health 422
Influencing the way in which organizations interact to benefit mental health services 424
Influencing the way in which others recognize and respond to people with mental health needs 426
16 Shared capabilities 429
The essential shared capabilities (ESC) for mental health practice 430
The essential shared capabilities - a guide for mental health nurses 432
Respecting diversity 434
Practising ethically 436
Challenging inequality 438
Promoting recovery 440
Identifying people's needs and strengths 442
Providing service user-centred care 444
Making a difference 446
Promoting safety and positive risk-taking 448
Personal development and learning 450

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychiatric nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Mental Disorders -- nursing -- Handbooks.
Mental Disorders -- nursing -- Nurses' Instruction.
Psychiatric Nursing -- methods -- Handbooks.
Psychiatric Nursing -- methods -- Nurses' Instruction.