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BACKGROUND: Despite improved treatment, little is understood about how clients view their hallucinations from a perspective of self, and few studies address the meaning of hallucinations or the relationship of hallucinations to the individual sense of being. OBJECTIVE: To understand...
Recovery is a cornerstone of the federal government's transformation vision for mental health care. Recovery is most often depicted as a process by which people with serious mental illness reengage with activities that create a meaningful existence and a purpose in life. Psychiatric nurses are...
Mental health professionals worldwide realize the imperative for reducing inpatient restraints and seclusion. The high incidence of posttraumatic stress disorder for inpatients and the resulting symptoms support the creation of a trauma-informed approach. The objective of the current article is...
This authors examined the utility of the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) in a pilot study to measure cognitive function in older Mexican American nursing home residents. Many of the lessons learned are transferable to the community: Cognitive screening instruments must be carefully examined...
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