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Mental Health Nursing: Dimensions of Praxis shows students how to assess and treat clients with a range of disorders, in accordance with best practice. It prepares student nurses by equipping them with essential, innovative and cutting-edge knowledge for their careers. This second edition starts with the context of mental health, followed by sections dedicated to the challenges to people's mental health, the praxis of mental health nursing, and what the future holds for mental health nurses. It includes expanded coverage of the consumer perspective, mood and anxiety disorders, psychosis and psychotic disorders, and personality disorders, as well as new chapters on 'Physical and Mental Health', 'Creative Arts Therapy', 'Prevention and Management of Clients' Aggression', and 'Working with Vulnerable Communities: People from Refugee Backgrounds'.
Karen-leigh Edward, Associate Professor, Nursing Research; Director/Chair, Nursing Research Unit, Australian Catholic University; STV Private Hospital,Ian Munro, Mental Health Team Leader; Undergraduate Coordinator; Senior Lecturer, Monash University,Anthony Welch, Associate Professor Mental HealthNursing; Assistant Dean of Community Engagement, Central Queensland University
Karen-leigh Edward is an Associate Professor of Nursing Research in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Australian Catholic University, and Director/Chair of the Nursing Research Unit at St Vincent's Private Hospital (Melbourne).
Ian Munro is a Senior Lecturer, Bachelor of Nursing Undergraduate Course Coordinator and Mental Health Team Leader at Monash University.
Anthony Welch is an Associate Professor of Mental Health Nursing, Assistant Dean of Community Engagement in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Central Queensland University.
Alan Robins is a former lecturer within the School of Nursing and Midwifery at La Trobe University. He is currently the Chief Executive Office of Health Issues Pty Ltd, a private alcohol counselling agency.