Mental health nursing : Applying theory to practice

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Hercelinskyj, Gylo and Alexander, Louise. (2020). Mental health nursing : Applying theory to practice Cengage Learning Australia.
AuthorsHercelinskyj, Gylo and Alexander, Louise
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Mental health nursing: applying theory to practice is a new Australian text combining a theoretical approach to mental health nursing with clinical reasoning and a practical framework for real-life nursing situations. Ideal for both clinical and theory mental health units, the text was developed with input from consumers and clinicians, and includes the clinical manifestations, impacts, treatment and management of persons suffering from mental illness.

Keywordspsychiatric nursing
ISBN9780170387521
9780170282772
Web address (URL)https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/acu/detail.action?docID=6134672
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Deposited26 Jul 2021
Year2020
PublisherCengage Learning Australia
Place of publicationSouth Melbourne, Victoria ; North Shore, New Zealand
Edition1st edition
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