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    name of Ryan Eads who has had experience with the mental health for the past 10 years. Eads is currently employed in Rockford IL, at Swedish American Hospital. Prior to our interview I researched online just what questions to ask and familiarize myself on basic terms to better understand what Mr. Eads would be informing me of. While researching I found that Psychiatric nursing encompasses a fully holistic care model. A Psychiatric mental health (PMH) nurse must assess and integrate a patient’s medical

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    In the future, I plan to work for the NHS as a mental health nurse in order to better the health care and treatment for patients. I’ve always had a desire to help people whilst also tackling new learning opportunities and therefore I would be suited for this course as I thrive on being challenged and have the determination and commitment that it takes to succeed and start a career in mental health nursing. I am really eager to learn the ropes of the job and really feel that I have what it takes to

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    the ethics of mental health nursing, I intend to demonstrate how clinical decision making mental health nursing is formulated based on the chosen moral principles of beneficence, non-maleficence and ‘respect for autonomy’ (NHS, 2015). I will also be considering the influence of consequentialist theory in mental health nursing, as I believe this to be the ethical core of the debate. Consequentialist theory dictates that moral justification for the clinical rationale process by health professionals

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    Essay about A Career in Mental Health Nursing

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    choose the usual careers: nursing, doctors, mechanics, or just working at a gas station. It all depends on where and if the student decides to go to college and what degree they are looking forward to earning. Becoming a mental health nurse would be a good choice because it pays very well. Students are recommended to go to college and get their Bachelors and Masters’ degree. It will take a lot of studies but it will be worth it. “Most of us take our mental health for

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    the global issue of mental health and shortage of nursing staff. Mental health is not the primary choice of nursing students when they graduate, and there is a shortage of psychiatric nurses as the older generation is coming closer to retirement. Across the states in Australia, studies have been conducted by Registered Nurses to survey and analyze nursing students and their field of preference after graduation. From the studies analyzed in this literature review, mental health has the least number

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    I have chosen to critique Rydon’s (2005) article ‘The attitudes, knowledge and skills needed in mental health nurses: The perspective of users of mental health services’ because I am interested in finding out service user’s outlook of mental health nurses. When I qualify as a mental health nurse I would need to acquire the correct attitudes, knowledge and skills as this would make the nursing process more effective, because as McCabe and Timmons (2006) suggest I will be more sensitive to the client’s

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    reflective essay based on my attendance at a multidisciplinary team (MDT) meeting whilst on my two-week placement at a local mental health day hospital. The aim of this essay is to discuss the importance of the multidisciplinary team within the mental health environment and discuss factors that can influence the success or failure of multidisciplinary teams. Mental health teams generally comprise of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists and social workers, but other

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    Mental Health Nursing

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    maintains knowledge of current techniques, trends and professional issues in Mental Health Nursing and she embraces long time learning. She stays abreast of current mental health issues through obtaining Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and nursing journals. Ms. Greene received her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) from Rutgers’s University. Ms. Greene displays leadership skills by working as a charge nurse on the mental health ward and provide mentorship to newly hired nurses. She remains compliant

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    identified that recruiting mental health nurses and mental health is one of the undesirable nursing field of new graduates is a significant contemporary issue in nursing because of the ageing nursing working and the increasing numbers of clients with mental illness (Harrison et al., 2014, pp.561-562). Personally, I wanted to pursue a career in mental health but I always see or hear negative stereotypes about mental health and mental illness. It widened my view about mental health nursing. Even though, I try

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    is Tsering Youdon and I practice nursing within the field of behavioral health psychology. Speaking from my personal perspective, nursing is a very specific area of activity, which is aimed at disease prevention, monitoring and carrying out the process of treatment of ill or injured individuals as well as health advocacy, maintenance, and promotion. Generally speaking, nursing exists to provide individuals with the necessary care and assistance related to health, safety, recovery, or peaceful death

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