Psychosocial Aspects of Healthcare

Paperback | January 10, 2011

byMeredith E. Drench, Ann Noonan, Nancy Sharby

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This timely text offers comprehensive, integrated coverage of psychosocial topics involving clients, families, and other caregivers affected by pathology, impairment, functional limitation, and/or disability. To engage students and promote insight, PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE, 3/e relies on real-life student journal entries from multiple disciplines. A current, evidence-based, extensive literature review forms the core of the text, connecting theory to practice. Reflective Questions and Case Studies after each chapter stimulate awareness and promote dialogue; relevant clinical examples and tables are presented throughout. This edition’s updates include broader coverage of multicultural issues, spirituality, and chronic conditions; a new chapter on abuse and neglect; thorough coverage of PTSD; improved organization; and a new Online Manual containing extensive readings and resources.

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This timely text offers comprehensive, integrated coverage of psychosocial topics involving clients, families, and other caregivers affected by pathology, impairment, functional limitation, and/or disability. To engage students and promote insight, PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE, 3/e relies on real-life student journal entries ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:360 pages, 9 × 6.9 × 0.7 inPublished:January 10, 2011Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0131392182

ISBN - 13:9780131392182

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Table of Contents

<_st23a_place _w3a_st="on"> <_st23a_place _w3a_st="on">PART I. Knowing Self/Knowing Others

1. Foundations

2. Recognizing Attitudes, Beliefs, and Values

3. Multicultural Perspectives

4. Spirituality

 

PART II. Making Connections

5. Communication

6. Motivation, Adherence, and Collaborative Treatment Planning

 

PART III. Loss/Grief, Coping, and Family

7. Loss and Grief

8. Coping

9. Understanding Family Needs, Roles, and Responsibilities

 

PART IV. Transitions Across the Lifespan

10. Disability

11. Chronic Conditions

12. Sexuality

 

PART V. Conditions that Challenge Care

13. Psychiatric Disorders

14. Self-Destructive Behaviors

15. Abuse and Neglect