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14 terms
Communication in mental health nursing
Active listening
Blocking
Circumstantiality
Echolalia
Learned skill that includes giving critical attention to verb…
This occurs when the client unconsciously blocks out informat…
The client cannot be selective about the information that the…
The client will repeat the last word heard
Active listening
Learned skill that includes giving critical attention to verb…
Blocking
This occurs when the client unconsciously blocks out informat…
215 terms
621 - Mental Health and Nursing
Tricyclic
Typical anti-psychotic medication
SSRI
Atypical anti-psychotic medication
A class of antidepressants, act by inhibiting reuptake of nor…
Drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosi…
A class of drugs that are typically used as antidepressants i…
A group of anti-psychotic drugs. They cause less extrapyramid…
Tricyclic
A class of antidepressants, act by inhibiting reuptake of nor…
Typical anti-psychotic medication
Drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosi…
122 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Crisis
crisis, psychiatric illness
resolve the crisis while equipping the…
psychiatric disorder
situation where the person is ill equipped to manage/ cope. i…
a _______ and a _____ _____ have similar symptoms
What is the goal of crisis intervention?
syndrome characterized by disturbance in cognition, emotion,…
Crisis
situation where the person is ill equipped to manage/ cope. i…
crisis, psychiatric illness
a _______ and a _____ _____ have similar symptoms
76 terms
Mental Health Nursing Exam #2
mood
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
psychotic features
melancholic features
Apervasive and sustained emotion that colours one's perceptio…
One or more depressive episodes... Depressed mood or a loss of…
presence of disorganized thinking, delusions (of guilt or bei…
outdated term that indicates a severe form of endogenous depr…
mood
Apervasive and sustained emotion that colours one's perceptio…
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
One or more depressive episodes... Depressed mood or a loss of…
122 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Crisis
crisis, psychiatric illness
resolve the crisis while equipping the…
psychiatric disorder
situation where the person is ill equipped to manage/ cope. i…
a _______ and a _____ _____ have similar symptoms
What is the goal of crisis intervention?
syndrome characterized by disturbance in cognition, emotion,…
Crisis
situation where the person is ill equipped to manage/ cope. i…
crisis, psychiatric illness
a _______ and a _____ _____ have similar symptoms
109 terms
Mental Health Nursing Exam #1
mental health - WHO
mental illness (Health Canada, 2002)
Epp Report - mental health continuum
mental health determinants
a state of well-being in which each individual is able to rea…
refers to all mental disorders with definable diagnoses
this depiction of mental health and mental illness allows for…
mental health - WHO
a state of well-being in which each individual is able to rea…
mental illness (Health Canada, 2002)
refers to all mental disorders with definable diagnoses
270 terms
Mental Health Nursing Exam 1
On admission to the mental health unit…
When should the nurse introduce inform…
The nurse is explaining the Bill of Ri…
Which nursing intervention is most imp…
2. Body dysmorphic disorder... This disorder is characterized by…
1. During the orientation phase... Preparation for ending the nu…
2. Right to refuse treatment... 3. Right to a written treatment…
3. Checking that the restraints have been applied correctly... T…
On admission to the mental health unit…
2. Body dysmorphic disorder... This disorder is characterized by…
When should the nurse introduce inform…
1. During the orientation phase... Preparation for ending the nu…
113 terms
Mental Health Nursing-Test #1
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
this psychotropic drug category's prim…
these psychotropic drugs have extrapyr…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
antipsychotics
antipsychotics
antipysychotics
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
antipsychotics
26 terms
Mental Health Nursing Vocab
Affect
Akathsia
Anergia
anhedonia
the behavioral expression of emotion; may be appropriate (con…
muscular weakness, or a loss/particular loss of muscle moveme…
a deficiency of energy; the individual with schizophrenia may…
the inability to experience or even imagine any pleasant emot…
Affect
the behavioral expression of emotion; may be appropriate (con…
Akathsia
muscular weakness, or a loss/particular loss of muscle moveme…
30 terms
Mental Health Nursing - ATI
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
Describe the levels of consciousness:…
1. Decorticate rigidity... 2. Decerebrate…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
1. Alert- client is responsive, eyes open, fully able to resp…
1. Decorticate rigidity - flexion and internal rotation of up…
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
113 terms
Mental Health Nursing-Test #1
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
this psychotropic drug category's prim…
these psychotropic drugs have extrapyr…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
antipsychotics
antipsychotics
antipysychotics
What are the main psychotropic drug ca…
antipsychotics, antidepresssants, mood stabilizers, anxiolyti…
formerly known a neuroleptics, these d…
antipsychotics
15 terms
Mental Health Nursing- Medications
Benzodiazepines
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Beta Blockers
Antidepressants
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Secondary type of Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med do…
Another type of anti-anxiety medication. Not a benzo. USED PR…
Not uppers... *6-8 weeks to take effect, continued for 6-12 mont…
Benzodiazepines
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Secondary type of Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med do…
137 terms
ATI Mental Health Nursing
Altruism
Sublimination
Suppression
Repression
- a healthy defense mechanism... - dealing with anxiety by reach…
- a healthy defense mechanism... - Dealing with unacceptable fee…
Voluntarily denying unpleasant thoughts and feelings... Example"…
Putting unacceptable ideas, thoughts, and emotions out of con…
Altruism
- a healthy defense mechanism... - dealing with anxiety by reach…
Sublimination
- a healthy defense mechanism... - Dealing with unacceptable fee…
18 terms
Mental Health Nursing Final
Chlordiazepoxide (Librium)
Disulfiram (Antabuse)
When Antabuse is combined with alcohol…
Promethazine (Phenergan)
Benzodiazapine, anxiolytic/sedative... Used to prevent or curb t…
Aversion therapy in the management of alcoholism.
Headache... Nausea or vomiting... Flushing of the face... Chest pain... W…
Promethazine is a neuroleptic medication and first-generation…
Chlordiazepoxide (Librium)
Benzodiazapine, anxiolytic/sedative... Used to prevent or curb t…
Disulfiram (Antabuse)
Aversion therapy in the management of alcoholism.
14 terms
Mental Health Nursing- Medications
Benzodiazepines
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Beta Blockers
Antidepressants
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Secondary Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med does NOT g…
Another type of anti-anxiety medication. Not a benzo. USED PR…
*6-8 weeks to take effect, continued for 6-12 months (or more…
Benzodiazepines
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Secondary Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med does NOT g…
60 terms
NURSing COMMUNITY/MENTAL HEALTH
A nurse is providing psychological cou…
An industrial health nurse is caring f…
A home health nurse is doing an assess…
A nurse is educating a community group…
A... In this response, the nurse uses the therapeutic communica…
B... Client safety is the nurse's primary concern. The client m…
D... Small rugs that are not attached to the floor are the grea…
A... Potassium iodide, if taken in time and at the appropriate…
A nurse is providing psychological cou…
A... In this response, the nurse uses the therapeutic communica…
An industrial health nurse is caring f…
B... Client safety is the nurse's primary concern. The client m…
8 terms
Mental Health Nursing - Theories
Psychoanalytic theory (Freud)
Psychosocial theory (Erickson)
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Interpersonal theory (Sullivan)
Levels of awareness... Personality structure... Psychosexual stages…
Infancy... Early childhood... Late childhood... School age... Adolescence…
Physiological - food, drink ... Psychosocial - security, love, e…
Behavior is within context of relationships... Needs = satisfact…
Psychoanalytic theory (Freud)
Levels of awareness... Personality structure... Psychosexual stages…
Psychosocial theory (Erickson)
Infancy... Early childhood... Late childhood... School age... Adolescence…
63 terms
Mental health Nursing Drugs
ANXIOLYTICS Uses:
ANXIOLYTICS Action:
Valium (diazepam) (special use for sei…
Ativan (lorazepam)
anxiety disorders and symptoms, alcohol withdrawal, muscle sp…
CNS depressants. May act by increasing GABA. May produce mild…
Anxiolytics: Benzodizepines
Anxiolytics: Benzodizepines
ANXIOLYTICS Uses:
anxiety disorders and symptoms, alcohol withdrawal, muscle sp…
ANXIOLYTICS Action:
CNS depressants. May act by increasing GABA. May produce mild…
230 terms
Mental Health Nursing Questions
Resilience, the capacity to rebound fr…
Which of the following situations best…
Of the following statements about ment…
Which of the following actions represe…
c. supporting him in arranging, preparing for, and completing…
d. a man develops schizophrenia, but his identical twin remai…
a & d;... One in five Canadians will develop a mental illness in…
c, d, e & f;... The focus of psychiatric nursing involves using…
Resilience, the capacity to rebound fr…
c. supporting him in arranging, preparing for, and completing…
Which of the following situations best…
d. a man develops schizophrenia, but his identical twin remai…
37 terms
Intro to Mental Health Nursing
What is it?
Florence Nightingale
Linda Richards
Hildegard Peplau (1909-1999)
A specialized area of nursing practice committed to promoting…
holistic approach... recommended therapeutic communication
First trained nurse in U.S.... Opened Boston City Hospital train…
First published nursing theorist after Florence Nightingale... I…
What is it?
A specialized area of nursing practice committed to promoting…
Florence Nightingale
holistic approach... recommended therapeutic communication
58 terms
Mental Health Nursing
GABA
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacodynamics
Anti-anxiety/Hypnotic Drugs
seems to play a role in excitability and anxiety. many anti-a…
refers to the biochemical and physiological effects of drugs…
refers to the actions of the body on the drug. determines the…
GABA is the major inhibitory (calming) neurotransmitter in th…
GABA
seems to play a role in excitability and anxiety. many anti-a…
Pharmacodynamics
refers to the biochemical and physiological effects of drugs…
30 terms
Mental Health Nursing - ATI
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
Describe the levels of consciousness:…
1. Decorticate rigidity... 2. Decerebrate…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
1. Alert- client is responsive, eyes open, fully able to resp…
1. Decorticate rigidity - flexion and internal rotation of up…
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
36 terms
Mental Health Nursing 1
Psychiatric clients:
Self awareness
Extrovert
Introvert
stereotyped or categorized as being poor, violent, confused,…
includes recognition of one's strengths & weaknesses, likes a…
an outgoing person who relates more easily to people and thin…
a quiet individual who relates better to the inner world of i…
Psychiatric clients:
stereotyped or categorized as being poor, violent, confused,…
Self awareness
includes recognition of one's strengths & weaknesses, likes a…
13 terms
Foundations of Psychiatric- Mental Health Nursing
Asylum
Case management
Deinstitutionalization
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of M…
safe refuge or haven offering protection; in the U.S., became…
management of care on a case-by case basis, representing an e…
a deliberate shift in care of the mentally ill from instituti…
taxonomy published by the APA which describes all mental diso…
Asylum
safe refuge or haven offering protection; in the U.S., became…
Case management
management of care on a case-by case basis, representing an e…
17 terms
Community Mental Health Nursing
1. A nursing instructor is teaching ab…
2. A nurse is implementing care within…
3. A nursing instructor is teaching ab…
4. A client at the mental health clini…
...
...
...
...
1. A nursing instructor is teaching ab…
...
2. A nurse is implementing care within…
...
137 terms
ATI Mental Health Nursing
Altruism
Sublimination
Suppression
Repression
- a healthy defense mechanism... - dealing with anxiety by reach…
- a healthy defense mechanism... - Dealing with unacceptable fee…
Voluntarily denying unpleasant thoughts and feelings... Example"…
Putting unacceptable ideas, thoughts, and emotions out of con…
Altruism
- a healthy defense mechanism... - dealing with anxiety by reach…
Sublimination
- a healthy defense mechanism... - Dealing with unacceptable fee…
30 terms
Mental Health Nursing - ATI
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
Describe the levels of consciousness:…
1. Decorticate rigidity... 2. Decerebrate…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
1. Alert- client is responsive, eyes open, fully able to resp…
1. Decorticate rigidity - flexion and internal rotation of up…
Unit1 Ch1: Basic Concepts... List the thr…
1. American Nurses Association... 2. American Psychiatric Nurses…
Mental health nurses should use the __…
a) Nursing process ... b) holistic approach... c) biological ... d) so…
Mental Health Nursing <ATI>
A charge nurse is discussing mental st…
A nurse is planning care for a client…
A nurse in an outpatient mental health…
A nurse is told during change-of-shift…
D. "To assess remote memory, I should have the client repeat…
D. Monitor the client for adverse effects of medications.
B. Identify the client's perception of her mental health stat…
A. The client arouses briefly in response to a sternal rub.... .
A charge nurse is discussing mental st…
D. "To assess remote memory, I should have the client repeat…
A nurse is planning care for a client…
D. Monitor the client for adverse effects of medications.
27 terms
Nursing Science: Mental health
WHO definition of mental health
Health Canada definition of mental hea…
Some attributes of mental illness
Influences that have an impact on an i…
A state of well being in which each individual is able to:... -R…
All mental disorders with definable diagnoses.
-Accurately appraise reality ... -Be emotionally well... -Have a he…
-Biological influences ... -Inherited factors ... -Family influence…
WHO definition of mental health
A state of well being in which each individual is able to:... -R…
Health Canada definition of mental hea…
All mental disorders with definable diagnoses.
196 terms
Schizophrenia; Mental Health Nursing
Schizophrenia spectrum and other psych…
Schizophrenia probably results from a…
The typical age at onset is?
A diagnosis of schizophrenia should no…
*thinking ... *behavior ... *emotions... *the ability to perceive real…
*genetic ... *neurobiological... *nongenetic (injury at birth, vira…
*late teens and early 20s, however schizophrenia has occurred…
*seven, in order to rule out attention deficit hyperactivity…
Schizophrenia spectrum and other psych…
*thinking ... *behavior ... *emotions... *the ability to perceive real…
Schizophrenia probably results from a…
*genetic ... *neurobiological... *nongenetic (injury at birth, vira…
8 terms
Mental Health Nursing Interventions
Counseling
Milieu therapy
Promotion of self care
Psychobiological interventions
therapeutic communication, problem solving assistance, crisis…
orienting to physical setting, identifying rules and boundari…
assist, give time to complete task, incentives
prescribed medications, teaching, adverse effects/side effects
Counseling
therapeutic communication, problem solving assistance, crisis…
Milieu therapy
orienting to physical setting, identifying rules and boundari…
46 terms
HESI: Psych/Mental Health Nursing
A 30-year-old sales manager tells the…
The nurse plans to help an 18-year-old…
A 22-year-old male client is admitted…
A male client is admitted to a mental…
Self-Actualization
I'll be back in 30 minutes to help you get out of bed and wal…
He is unresponsive to instructions and is unable to cooperate…
Let me call and leave a message for your healthcare provider.
A 30-year-old sales manager tells the…
Self-Actualization
The nurse plans to help an 18-year-old…
I'll be back in 30 minutes to help you get out of bed and wal…
215 terms
621 - Mental Health and Nursing
Tricyclic
Typical anti-psychotic medication
SSRI
Atypical anti-psychotic medication
A class of antidepressants, act by inhibiting reuptake of nor…
Drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosi…
A class of drugs that are typically used as antidepressants i…
A group of anti-psychotic drugs. They cause less extrapyramid…
Tricyclic
A class of antidepressants, act by inhibiting reuptake of nor…
Typical anti-psychotic medication
Drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosi…
35 terms
Mental Health and Mental Illness (Nursing)
What is Epidemiology as it applies to…
Mental Health provides people with the…
Mental illness refers to all mental di…
At what point does mental health (well…
QUANTITATIVE study of the distribution of mental disorders in…
rational thinking, communication skills, learning, emotional…
a definable diagnosis
when we experience marked distress or suffer from impairment…
What is Epidemiology as it applies to…
QUANTITATIVE study of the distribution of mental disorders in…
Mental Health provides people with the…
rational thinking, communication skills, learning, emotional…
109 terms
Mental Health Nursing
mental health - WHO
mental illness (Health Canada, 2002)
Epp Report - mental health continuum
mental health determinants
a state of well-being in which each individual is able to rea…
refers to all mental disorders with definable diagnoses
this depiction of mental health and mental illness allows for…
mental health - WHO
a state of well-being in which each individual is able to rea…
mental illness (Health Canada, 2002)
refers to all mental disorders with definable diagnoses
640 terms
Psychology/ Mental Health Nursing ATI
◯ Level of consciousness is described…
The Mental Status Examination (MSE)usi…
◯ Physical appearance
◯ Behavior
■ Alert- The client is responsive and able to fully respond b…
◯ Physical appearance ◯ Behavior ☐ Mood ☐ Affect ◯ Cognitive…
Examination includes assessment of personal hygiene, grooming…
Examination includes assessment of voluntary and involuntary…
◯ Level of consciousness is described…
■ Alert- The client is responsive and able to fully respond b…
The Mental Status Examination (MSE)usi…
◯ Physical appearance ◯ Behavior ☐ Mood ☐ Affect ◯ Cognitive…
13 terms
Mental Health Nursing- Medications
Benzodiazepines
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Beta Blockers
Antidepressants
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Secondary Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med does NOT g…
Another type of anti-anxiety medication. Not a benzo. USED PR…
*6-8 weeks to take effect, continued for 6-12 months (or more…
Benzodiazepines
Main type of anti-anxiety medication. Relieves symptoms of an…
Buspirone (BuSpar)
Secondary Anti-Anxiety med. NOT A BENZO! ... This med does NOT g…
53 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)
British soldiers
42.7 to 2.2%
1860
Called founder of nursing, was wealthy, and highly educated.
During Crimean war Florence Nightingale aided the ___________…
Within 6 months of Florence Nightingale's arrival the mortali…
The first formal nurses training program (Nightingale school…
Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)
Called founder of nursing, was wealthy, and highly educated.
British soldiers
During Crimean war Florence Nightingale aided the ___________…
48 terms
Mental Health Nursing Final
Thorazine
Haloperidol
Depot/Decanoate drugs
Akathisia
Antipsychotic; prevents vomiting but ^QTC
Antipsychotic; old drug
long acting injectables
internal restlessness
Thorazine
Antipsychotic; prevents vomiting but ^QTC
Haloperidol
Antipsychotic; old drug
15 terms
Mental health - nursing process
QSEN
Medical conditions that may mimic depr…
Medical conditions that may mimic anxi…
Medical conditions that may mimic psyc…
Quality and Safety Education in Nursing
neurological disorders, infections, endocrine disorders, GI d…
neurological disorders, infections, endocrine disorders, meta…
medical conditions, drug effects
QSEN
Quality and Safety Education in Nursing
Medical conditions that may mimic depr…
neurological disorders, infections, endocrine disorders, GI d…
9 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Definition of Mental Health
3 Ideas of WHO definition of Mental He…
Barriers to Mental Health Care
Myths about Mental Health
*state of well-being in which the individual realizes her/his…
*an integral part of health... *more than the absence of illness…
*STIGMA & SHAME OF MENTAL ILLNESS... -associated with weakness... -…
*mentally ill are different & odd... *irrational & illogical... *di…
Definition of Mental Health
*state of well-being in which the individual realizes her/his…
3 Ideas of WHO definition of Mental He…
*an integral part of health... *more than the absence of illness…
106 terms
Mental Health Nursing Definitions
Acting out
Affect
Aggression
Agoraphobia
Action in contrast to bearing and managing the impulse to per…
The outward display of a feeling or mood
Overt social interaction with the intention of inflicting dam…
Fear of leaving the house (open spaces)
Acting out
Action in contrast to bearing and managing the impulse to per…
Affect
The outward display of a feeling or mood
Community Mental Health Nursing
Hippocrates
possessed
Dorothea Dix
Community Mental Health Centers Act of…
a pioneer in treating mentally ill people in the 5th century…
during the middle ages, mentally ill were believed to be ____…
In the 19th century, this nurse activist lobbied for better l…
this was passed so that only individuals who posed "an immine…
Hippocrates
a pioneer in treating mentally ill people in the 5th century…
possessed
during the middle ages, mentally ill were believed to be ____…
12 terms
Community Mental health nursing
Dorthea Dix
Community Mental Health Centers Act
Community based mental health care
deinstitutionalization
Tireless reformer, who worked mightily to improve the treatme…
This was passed so that only individuals "who posed an immine…
Develepoed to include a range of treatment facilities, from c…
moving people with psychological or developmental disabilitie…
Dorthea Dix
Tireless reformer, who worked mightily to improve the treatme…
Community Mental Health Centers Act
This was passed so that only individuals "who posed an immine…
33 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Mental Health
Coping
Mental illness
Incomprehensibility
Successful adaptation to stressors- internal/external, eviden…
Facing/dealing with responsibilities/problems, successfully o…
Maladaptive response to stressors indicated by incongruent fe…
Inability of general population to understand motivation behi…
Mental Health
Successful adaptation to stressors- internal/external, eviden…
Coping
Facing/dealing with responsibilities/problems, successfully o…
230 terms
Mental Health Nursing Questions
Resilience, the capacity to rebound fr…
Which of the following situations best…
Of the following statements about ment…
Which of the following actions represe…
c. supporting him in arranging, preparing for, and completing…
d. a man develops schizophrenia, but his identical twin remai…
a & d;... One in five Canadians will develop a mental illness in…
c, d, e & f;... The focus of psychiatric nursing involves using…
Resilience, the capacity to rebound fr…
c. supporting him in arranging, preparing for, and completing…
Which of the following situations best…
d. a man develops schizophrenia, but his identical twin remai…
27 terms
Mental Health Nursing
mental health
psychoanalytic model
Freud's 3 structures to personality
id
state of well being associated with happiness, contentment, s…
developed by Freud.... -believed in an unconscious level of ment…
-id... -ego... -superego
"pleasure principle", has to be satisfied, the child... (somethi…
mental health
state of well being associated with happiness, contentment, s…
psychoanalytic model
developed by Freud.... -believed in an unconscious level of ment…
33 terms
Foundations of Mental Health Nursing
Mental Health
Mental Illness Factors: Individual
Mental Illness Factors: Interpersonal
Mental Illness Factors: ... Social/Cultural
A state of emotional, psychological, and social wellness evid…
Biological makeup, intolerable or unrealistic worries or fear…
Ineffective communication, excessive dependency or withdrawal…
Lack of resources, violence, homelessness, poverty, an unwarr…
Mental Health
A state of emotional, psychological, and social wellness evid…
Mental Illness Factors: Individual
Biological makeup, intolerable or unrealistic worries or fear…
196 terms
Schizophrenia; Mental Health Nursing
Schizophrenia spectrum and other psych…
Schizophrenia probably results from a…
The typical age at onset is?
A diagnosis of schizophrenia should no…
*thinking ... *behavior ... *emotions... *the ability to perceive real…
*genetic ... *neurobiological... *nongenetic (injury at birth, vira…
*late teens and early 20s, however schizophrenia has occurred…
*seven, in order to rule out attention deficit hyperactivity…
Schizophrenia spectrum and other psych…
*thinking ... *behavior ... *emotions... *the ability to perceive real…
Schizophrenia probably results from a…
*genetic ... *neurobiological... *nongenetic (injury at birth, vira…
43 terms
Mental Health Nursing
Affect
Akathisia
Anergia
Anhedonia
The behavioral expression of emotion; may be appropriate (con…
Muscular weakness; or a loss or particular loss of muscle mov…
A deficiency of energy; the individual with schizophrenia may…
The inability to experience or even imagine any pleasant emot…
Affect
The behavioral expression of emotion; may be appropriate (con…
Akathisia
Muscular weakness; or a loss or particular loss of muscle mov…
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