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To survive the rapid changes in psychiatric care, nursing leaders must develop innovative nursing care delivery systems that maximize the use of available nursing personnel New systems must be created to ensure that patient care standards are maintained and patient outcomes are positive. This...
In this article, a comprehensive pain management program on an inpatient psychiatric unit is described. Traditional pain management methods ofpatient education and active participation in rehabilitation are modified to be efficacious with a seriously mentally ill patient population. Specific...
BACKGROUND: Chronic sorrow was described by Olshansky (1962) to explain a pervasive, psychologic reaction that he observed in parents of mentally retarded children. He believed that the sorrow was a normal; not a neurotic, response to their situation and relatedly, thought clinicians would...
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