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The phenomenon of resilience in crisis care mental health clinicians.
  • K. Edward
  • Medicine
  • International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 June 2005
The purpose of this study, undertaken in 2003, was to explore the phenomenon of resilience as experienced by Australian crisis care mental health clinicians working in a highly demanding, complex,Expand
The extension of Colaizzi's method of phenomenological enquiry.
AIM Originating from unfunded research undertaken in 2007, this paper offers an overview of Colaizzi's method of phenomenological analysis and proposes an extension to the original seven stepExpand
Nursing and aggression in the workplace: a systematic review.
Personal experiences of aggression or violence in the workplace lead to serious consequences for nurses, their patients, patient care and the organisation as a whole. While there is a plethora ofExpand
Burnout in the caring nurse: learning resilient behaviours.
This paper reviews current literature to offer a discussion related to burnout, an issue that affects the entire healthcare sector, including nurses and patients. Literature suggests a correlationExpand
The phenomenon of resilience as described by adults who have experienced mental illness.
AIM This paper is a report of a study to explore the phenomenon of resilience in the lives of adult patients of mental health services who have experienced mental illness. BACKGROUND Mental illnessExpand
An Integrative Review of Paternal Depression
The aim of this project was to review current research regarding postnatal depression in fathers and to present potential screening and referral options. The search was limited to scholarly (peerExpand
Caring as a resilient practice in mental health nursing.
  • P. Warelow, K. Edward
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 April 2007
This paper will develop a discussion about caring as a modern mental health nurse. We argue that the demands of mental health nursing today extend beyond the more traditional skills of care andExpand
Nursing care of clients treated with atypical antipsychotics who have a risk of developing metabolic instability and/or type 2 diabetes.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this article is to present a current discussion related to the nursing care of clients treated with atypical antipsychotic medicines and who have a risk of developing metabolicExpand
The phenomenon of co-morbid physical and mental illness in acute medical care: the lived experience of Australian health professionals
BackgroundAn estimated 30–50% of patients admitted to acute medical care settings experience co-morbid physical and mental illness. Research suggests that health professionals in these settings findExpand
Chronic illness and wellbeing: using nursing practice to foster resilience as resistance
Chronic non-communicable diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are the biggest killers worldwide. Chronic conditions include heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, chronic respiratoryExpand
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