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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Keady; Charlotte L Clarke; Trevor Adams
|ISBN:||0335211437 9780335211432 0335211429 9780335211425|
|Contents:||Contributors Acknowledgements Editorial note Foreword by Professor Mike Nolan Introduction Part One: Setting the scene: the landscape of contemporary community mental health nursing practice in dementia care Voices from the past: the historical alignment of dementia care to nursing Integrating practice and knowledge in a clinical context Multidisciplinary teamworking "We put our heads together" Risk and dementia Part Two: Dementia care nursing in the community: assessment and practice approaches Assessment and therapeutic approaches for community mental health nursing dementia care practice Cognitive-behavioural interventions in dementia Turning rhetoric into reality From screening to intervention The community mental health nurse role in sharing a diagnosis of dementia Group therapy Psychosocial interventions with family carers of people with dementia Admiral nurses Normalization as a philosophy of dementia care Assessing and responding to challenging behaviour in dementia Part Three: Leading and developing community mental health nursing in dementia Clinical supervision and dementia care Multi-agency and inter-agency working Higher level practice Index.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Keady, Charlottte L. Clarke, and Trevor Adams.|