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Textbook of Pyschology & Sociology for Nurses
Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour, of personality and intelligence. It includes study of conscious and unconscious phenomena of mind as well as feeling and thought. Psychology for Nurses is a comprehensive book that is designed for all student nurses who are taking up Diploma and Bachelor in nursing programs as well as for the registered nurses who would like to enrich their practice as nurse practitioners. This book is also aimed to teach the students of Nursing to acquire knowledge and skills in a broader social outlook. It comprehensively covers the basic and introductory concepts of sociology as related to the health care profession and help the students to understand the subject in an easy manner.
English is a very vital subject for nursing professionals. Nurses act as a bridge between doctors and patients.” English for nurses” is a complete solution for nursing students as it covers the essentials of basic English grammar, composition and communication skills. The communication skills section is specially framed according to the demand of the nursing profession. Various day to day conversations is included to train the nursing students in English speaking. The complete section is designed according to the demand of nursing professionals.
The book is about Psychology which is the scientific study of mind and behavior, of personality and intelligence. It includes the study of conscious and unconscious phenomena of mind as well as feeling and thought. Psychology for Nurses is a comprehensive book.
The art and science of modern nursing encompass fundamental nursing concepts that include health, illness, stress and health promotion. Nurses work with physicians and other medical staff in a wide variety of medical and community settings. They provide preventive, primary, acute and chronic care for sick and injured patients with health information, restorative care, medication administration, and emergency care. Nursing care focuses on protecting and promoting physical and mental health for patients and for the community.
The book is specially designed for nurses on how to use computers. In this book, nurses learn various modules of computers. Nurses can use computers similar to those that you use at home or at work. They use software programs specifically designed to support the work of nurses and other health-care team members.
Medical-surgical nursing is the nursing care of adult patients whose conditions or disorders are treated medically, pharmacologically, or surgically. It is basically the study of the care and nursing of the sick patients who are ill. Some diseases respond to medical treatment, say cardiac arrhythmias. Some diseases require surgical intervention, say appendicitis, or cholelithiases. General surgery is a huge field and includes many different procedures from thyroidectomies to major bowel surgery.
Gyne surgery is another specialty as is urology. Orthopedic surgery yet another. Medical nursing is not an area to know much about. Illnesses there often involve the heart and lungs, kidney disease, infections but certainly aren’t limited to these. These diseases are most often treated with medications and it can be a real challenge figuring out how to best treat people to maximize recovery with minimal side effects.
Health is important for both physical and mental development in which food and nutrition play a very important role. The book contains both the subjects of Food and Nutrition. The content of the book is well organized and to the point. Technical terms in Hindi are written in brackets in English for ease of students. The book also contains detailed knowledge of policies and programmes to improve nutritional status.
Psychiatric mental health nursing is a specialty in nursing. Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is the appointed position of a nurse that specializes in mental health and cares for people of all ages experiencing mental illnesses or distress. These include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, psychosis, paranoia, and self-harm. Nurses in this area receive specific training in psychological therapies, building a therapeutic alliance, dealing with challenging behavior, and the administration of psychiatric medication.