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Partnering for a Sustainable Interprofessional Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Education Curriculum.

The World Health Organization recommends that health care educators create a collaborative and practice-ready workforce. Focused interprofessional education (IPE) promotes collaborative practice, yet few examples of how to develop sustained IPE and clinical partnerships exist. Mental health care professionals competent in their specialty and prepared for interprofessional collaboration are needed to treat complex mental health needs of patients.

Keeping the Nurse in the Nurse Practitioner: Returning to Our Disciplinary Roots of Knowing in Nursing.

Nurse practitioners are a vital and growing body of primary healthcare providers. The ever-changing advancements in science and technology and the increasing complexities in health care delivery are significant factors culminating in the expanding role of nurse practitioner-led care. Nurse educators are striving to develop nurse practitioner curricula to keep pace with the increasingly sophisticated knowledge and competencies nurse practitioners must possess to render safe quality care as independent primar...

Just what the nurse practitioner ordered: Independent prescriptive authority and population mental health.

We examine whether relaxing occupational licensing to allow nurse practitioners (NPs)-registered nurses with advanced degrees-to prescribe medication without physician oversight improves population mental health. Exploiting time-series variation in independent prescriptive authority for NPs from 1990 to 2014, we find that broadening prescriptive authority leads to improvements in self-reported mental health and decreases in mental health-related mortality. These improvements are concentrated in areas that a...

The Spanish version of the Psychiatric/Mental health clinical placement survey and an assessment of Spanish student attitudes toward mental health.

The encouragement of positive attitudes towards mental health is necessary in order to improve the quality of healthcare assistance. The attitudes of nursing students towards mental health are unknown and there are no validated scales for their assessment.

Very useful, but do carefully: Mental health researcher views on establishing a Mental Health Expert Consumer Researcher Group.

Contemporary mental health policy identifies consumers as active participants in all aspects of mental health services from design to evaluation. Consumer researchers should be actively involved in mental health research and contribute to quality service delivery.

Cannabinoids and Mental Health, Part 1: The Endocannabinoid System and Exogenous Cannabinoids.

The increasing public acceptance of cannabis and the proliferation of cannabis products in the marketplace has coincided with more patients using the drug as a substitute for psychiatric medications or as an adjunctive treatment modality for psychiatric conditions, despite limited evidence of efficacy. With a goal of furthering harm-reduction efforts in psychiatric nursing, the current article reviews the fundamentals of the endocannabinoid system in humans and the exogenous phytocannabinoids that act on th...

Prolonged QT Interval in Patients Receiving Psychotropic Medications.

Prolonged QT interval (PQTI) is a cardiac condition widely documented in the mental health literature and linked to psychotropic medication use. Medications notable for contributing to the condition are antipsychotics, antidepressants, and some mood stabilizers. Although additional medication classes and other contributing risk factors are often present, the prudent mental health provider benefits from having a basic understanding of this condition and how to prevent and manage it with safe prescribing prac...

Assessing the Impact of Telehealth Objective Structured Clinical Examinations in Graduate Nursing Education.

The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties supports the incorporation of telehealth in nurse practitioner (NP) education.

Immigrants' mental health service use compared to that of native Finns: a register study.

Many aspects related to migration might predispose immigrants to mental health problems. Yet immigrants have been shown to underuse mental health services. The aim of this study was to compare the intensity of psychiatric care, as an indicator of treatment adequacy, between natives and immigrants living in Finland.

Developing the advanced nurse practitioner role in a memory service.

This article describes how one NHS trust in northern England developed the advanced nurse practitioner (ANP) role within its memory services. It discusses how ANP roles were developed and implemented across four localities of a large NHS trust that provides a number of locally based memory services to improve the diagnostic pathway for people referred to the service and their carers. Advanced practice is considered more broadly followed by a review of the literature related to the role of the ANP and non-me...

Service- and practitioner-level variation in non-consensual dropout from child mental health services.

Non-attendance of mental health service appointments is an international problem. In the UK, for example, the estimated cost of non-attendance in child mental health services is over £45 million (US dollar 60.94 million) per annum. The objective of this study was to examine whether there were service- and practitioner-level variation in non-consensual dropout in child mental health services. This was an analysis of routinely collected data. Service-level variation (as services covered different geographic ...

Relationships Between Positive and Negative Attributes of Self-Compassion and Perceived Caring Efficacy Among Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses.

The purpose of this correlational quantitative study was to examine the relationships between work-related demographic variables, self-compassion, and perceived caring efficacy among psychiatric-mental health nurses (PMHNs), as measured using the Self-Compassion Scale and Caring Efficacy Scale. Participants were RNs actively working in psychiatric-mental health settings in the United States who are currently members of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. Results suggest PMHNs with high levels of po...

Educational characteristics and content of postgraduate nurse practitioner residency/fellowship programs.

Nurse practitioner (NP) residency/fellowship programs are an emerging industry across the country.

Practitioner wellbeing as an interprofessional imperative.

A focus on mental health.

, Senior Lecturer, Mental Health Nursing, Department of Nursing Science, Bournemouth University, discusses the importance of making mental health central to nurse education.

The lived experience of adolescent users of mental health services in Vienna, Austria: A qualitative study of personal recovery.

In Austria, one in four adolescents suffers from a mental health problem, yet there is a lack of adequate care structures. Therefore, the personal recovery of these adolescents is of particular interest. The aim of the study was to explore, from a Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (CAPMHN) perspective, how adolescent users of mental health services in Vienna, Austria experienced personal recovery after a stay in hospital, and to discover what had influenced the personal recovery of adol...

A Population Study of Safety and Security in Admission Psychiatric Wards in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Assaultive behavior is a feature of mental health services. Psychiatric staff may experience significant psychological effects in relation to assaultive behavior and aggression. The international literature highlights a lack of clarity on matters of procedure and policy pertaining to safety and security in psychiatric hospitals. There are no published studies from the Kingdom of Bahrain on safety and security in mental health services. The aim of the study is to describe the safety and security measures cur...

Enhancing the nurse practitioner curriculum to improve telehealth competency.

Telehealth improves access to health care and has seen rapid expansion in recent years. Nurse practitioner (NP) students are expected to be able to use telehealth to provide health care on graduation; however, many programs of study do not include telehealth in the academic preparation of students. As a result, students feel unprepared to use telehealth to provide care to patients. To meet this need, a land-grant institution developed evidence-based competencies and curriculum to educate NP students in the ...

Interprofessional Health Care Escape Room for Advanced Learners.

Interprofessional education is essential to ensure that health care graduates are prepared for collaborative practice. One way to prepare students for interprofessional practice is to expose them to interprofessional activities throughout their educational program.

Interprofessional Coaches: Preparing Faculty to Facilitate Interprofessional Education.

Transitioning from clinician to nurse practitioner clinical faculty: A systematic review.

Schools of nursing are challenged with recruiting and retaining nurse practitioner (NP) clinical faculty in a job market where the few qualified candidates have competing professional opportunities. The role transition from clinician to clinical faculty is stressful, and many faculty have unmet needs for support.

What does mental health have to do with well-being?

Positive mental health involves not the absence of mental disorder but rather the presence of certain mental goods. Institutions, practitioners, and theorists often identify positive mental health with well-being. There are strong reasons, however, to keep the concepts of well-being and positive mental health separate. Someone with high positive mental health can have low well-being, someone with high well-being can have low positive mental health, and well-being and positive mental health sometimes conflic...

Influencing Mental Health and Well-Being of Older Adults Through Advocacy: Beyond the Bedside.

Estimates indicate that approximately 20% of adults 65 and older have one or more mental health or substance use conditions. As caregivers, mental health nurses are natural advocates for older patients facing mental health challenges in the clinical environment. Substantive opportunities exist to shape older adult mental health and well-being through advocacy. Nurse advocates can be effective influencers helping address key challenges at the intersection of mental health, aging, and policy. Resource barrier...

Reflections on the 2019 International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Annual Conference.

Pathways Linking Mental Health Literacy to Professional Help-Seeking Intentions in Korean College Students.

There is a high prevalence of mental health problems among college students in Korea. Although the usage rate for mental health services among Korean college students was not reported, it is known that the usage rate for Koreans is low compared to that in the U.S.

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