• psychopathology
    be brutes. the state hospital era - 1900-1960 were different from asuylms in that patients were not chained. patients were staffed by nurses and doctors. some of the wards were open, they contained patients who were safe who could walk the grounds. the hospitals were located far away from all...
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  • Serotonin on Adolescent Depression
    Inhibitors on Adolescent Depression Laura Weinberg Northern Illinois University The Effects of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors on Adolescent Depression Adolescent depression is a major depressive disorder that occurs during the teenage years. Some of the symptoms of depression include sadness...
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  • Organic Disorder
    Various organic disorders and chronic illnesses produce mild, moderate, or severe depression. Among these are metabolic and endocrine disorders,such as hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and diabetes; infectious diseases, such as influenza, hepatitis, and encephalitis; degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's...
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  • Doctor
    Assessment of psychiatric patients in the emergency setting. – Principles of psychiatric emergencies psychopharmacology. – Legal aspect in psychiatric emergencies. – Common Presenting Psychiatric Emergencies Problems. 1. Suicidal behavior ▪ Definition...
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  • Psychiatric Clinical Nursing Assessment and Care Plan
    Daytona State College Directions: Please assess your client and place an X in the appropriate box to represent level of severity of each symptom. Patient Initials | EM | Physician | Dr. Singh | Date | 08/07/2013 | | Not Present | Very Mild | Mild | Moderate | Moderately Severe | Severe | Extremely...
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  • Depression
    Depression Jessica Harris Regis University “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do.” This quote came from a Chinese philosopher named Confucius who lived some 500 years or so before Christ was born. This encouraging quote is easily directed at someone suffering...
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  • Personality disorders
    Borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder: Practical differential diagnosis Otto F. Kernberg, MD Frank E. Yeomans, MD The challenge of accurate diagnosis remains at the heart of good psychiatric...
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  • Depression in Women
    Depression is invading people’s lives all over the world. Just until recent years, the diagnosis of depression did not exist, and treatment was not possible because depression was not considered an illness, simply something demonic. Researchers have paved a hefty path towards the discovery of depression...
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  • Mental Health
    individual and that is associated with present distress or disability or with a significantly increased risk of suffering death, pain, disability, or an important loss of freedom”. Deviant behavior does not necessarily indicate a mental disorder. Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders ...
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  • Nursing concept map for mental health
     Care Plan 2 Psychiatric/Mental Health PATIENT CARE PLAN Client Initials: H.C. Admission Date: 01/14/13 Unit: 4 South Age: 28 Sex: Female Race/Culture: Caucasian ASSESSMENT Presenting Problem:...
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  • Ssri's in Children
    SSRI stands for Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor. These medications are in a class of drugs called antidepressants. Antidepressants first started being heavily marketed in the 1980’s and 1990’s to adults for the treatment of depression and anxiety. Studies done during this time showed that SSRI’s...
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  • Gerontology Study Guide
    managers, nurse leaders, educators, patient advocates, administrators. 3. What are the American Nurses Association (ANA) Standards of Clinical Gerontological Nursing Care? A. Standard I: Assessment. a. The gerontological nurse collects patient health data. b. Enhances...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    recognized some symptoms of mania and depression, and felt they could be linked to each other. Aretaeus’s findings went unnoticed and unsubstantiated until 1650, when a scientist named Richard Burton wrote a book, The Anatomy of Melancholia, which focused specifically on depression. His findings are still used...
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  • Dylan Evans
    the organic cation transporter, OCT2. Pharmacokinetics In Special Patient Populations There are no clinically meaningful differences in varenicline pharmacokinetics due to age, race, gender, smoking status, or use of concomitant medications, as demonstrated in specific pharmacokinetic studies and in population...
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  • Dementia
    Module 6. Depression/Delirium/Dementia Mary Shelkey, RN, PhD Editor: Conchita Rader, MA, RN Staff Development Partners Edition Instructor Guide EXPECTED STAFF (Cognitive) COMPETENCIES 1. Describe the prevalence of depression in older adults...
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  • Suicide
    a mental illness, most commonly depression or an alcohol problem. In many cases, suicide is also linked to feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness. Vulnerability to suicide Many experts believe a number of things determine how vulnerable a person is to suicidal thinking and behaviour. These include: ...
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  • Case Analysis of Mdd, Gad, and Substance Use
    depressed mood or loss of interest or pleasure in nearly all activities, present for at least 2 weeks. Findings and behaviors associated with MDD are disruption of sleep, suicidal ideation, feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness, and fatigue and loss of energy. MDD is also associated with a high impairment...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    DISORDER IS DIAGNOSED 6 WHO IS AFFECTED BY BIPOLAR DISORDER 7 SYMPTOMS & ILLNESSESS ASSOCIATED WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER 8 TREATMENT 12 MEDICATIONS 13 CONCLUSION 16 WORKS CITED 17 “BACKGROUND PAPER ON BIPOLAR DISORDER” INTRODUCTION ...
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  • Ethnic Groups in the Philippines
    tests can't answer (or else they don't ask any question at all).  Use this section to briefly introduce the patient and the problem.  Begin with a concise "demographic picture" of the patient. (e.g., This is the third inpatient admission for this 32 year old, single, white female who has 13 years of...
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  • Mental Study
    that requires different pathways and series of treatments, making it a challenge for the mental health professional. Bipolar disorder also has the highest suicide rate in the country of any other mental illness, making it something that begs to be treated seriously and effectively (Varcarolis & Halter...
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