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Publication Date: 1986
Signe S. Hill RN BSN MA, Barbara B. Bauer RN MSN
This basic, introductory text emphasizes the identification of basic patterns of behavior and the development of nursing interventions in response to the behavior. Specific, concrete examples of patient behavior and the feelings of health care providers toward such behavior are discussed throughout. Coverage includes the concept of caring, principles of personality development, and an overview of major developmental theories. This well-illustrated volume also provides guidelines on how to care for the mentally disabled and how to handle specific disturbances.Signe S. Hill RN BSN MA is the author of 'Essentials of Mental Health Care: Planning and Interventions, 1e', published 1986 under ISBN 9780721613673 and ISBN 0721613675.
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