Child and Adolescent Mental Health Nursing
September 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Nursing equips nurses with the essential skills and competencies needed when working with this important group of people. It explores best practice in a variety of settings and addresses issues such as eating disorders, self-harm, ADHD, learning disabilities, forensic mental health issues and misuse of drugs and alcohol in children and young people, as well as child protection, clinical governance and legal requirements.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Nursing enables nurses working in CAMHS to provide a high quality, evidence-based service to all children and young people with mental health problems and disorders, ensuring effective assessment, treatment and support, for them and their families. It is essential reading for all nurses working with children and young people, particularly those working in specialist child and adolescent mental health settings.
Chapter 2: The Bigger Picture: CAMHS, nursing and the strategic context.
Chapter 3: Nursing Children and Young People with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Chapter 4: Self-Harm, Young People and Nursing.
Chapter 5: Nursing Children and Young People with Emotional Disorders.
Chapter 6: Nursing Children and Young People with Eating Disorders.
Chapter 7: Young People and Early Onset Psychosis: a nursing perspective.
Chapter 8: Nursing Children and Adolescents who are Aggressive or Violent: a psychological approach.
Chapter 9: Nursing Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Problems.
Chapter 10: Child and Adolescent Forensic Mental Health Nursing.
Chapter 11: Substance misuse, Young People and Nursing.
Chapter 12: Nursing and School-Based Mental Health Services.
Chapter 13: Nursing and Young People in a Multicultural Society: an acculturation model.
Chapter 14: Treatment Interventions for Children and Young People with Mental Health Problems.
Chapter 15: Clinical Governance for Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Nurses.
Chapter 16: Education, Training and Workforce Development for Nurses Working in CAMHS.
Chapter 17: The Legal Context in which Nurses Work with Children and Young People with Mental Disorders.
Chapter 18: Ten Practical Tips for Nursing Children and Young People with Mental Health Problems
* Written by nurses for nurses with a focus on nursing care
* Includes benchmarks for best practice
* Explores key issues including eating disorders, self-harm, and misuse of drugs and alcohol
* Enables nurses to ensure children and adolescents receive the best possible treatment
* Addresses legal, ethical and child protection requirements
Mental Health Nursing
"This book provides sound, innovative advice to update, improve and develop practice so that nurses can make a difference to the children and young people in our care."