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Caring for Madness: The Role of Personal Experience in the Training of Mental Health Nurses - Ramsamy, Seevalingum; Ramsamy, Sevalingum
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: WHURR PUBL, 224 Seiten, L=232mm, B=156mm, H=14mm, Gew.=367gr, [GR: 26920 - TB/Medizin/Allgemeines, Lexika], [SW: - Medical / Nursing], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: This book addresses the use of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of ' madness' and caring and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students' accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best use of students' reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course. This book addresses the use of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of ' madness' and caring and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students' accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best use of students' reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course.

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This book addresses the USE of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of 'madness' and caring, and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives, and shows the. This book addresses the USE of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of 'madness' and caring, and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives, and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students' accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best USE of students' reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course. Books, Medical~~Nursing & Ancillary Services~~Nursing, Caring For Madness~~Book~~9781861562005~~Sevalingum Ramsamy, , , , , , , , , ,

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This book addresses the use of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of ‘madness’ and caring and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students’ accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best use of students’ reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course. Seevalingum Ramsamy, Books, Health and Well Being, Caring for Madness: The Role Of Personal Experience In The Training Of Mental Health Nurses Books>Health and Well Being, Wiley

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: WHURR PUBL], This book addresses the use of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of ' madness' and caring and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students' accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best use of students' reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Caring for Madness: The Role of Personal Experience in the Training of Mental Health Nurses
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Ramsamy, Seevalingum; Ramsamy, Sevalingum

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Caring for Madness: The Role of Personal Experience in the Training of Mental Health Nurses

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1861562004

This book addresses the use of personal experience in the training of mental health student nurses. It follows the existential phenomenological tradition in addressing the issue of ' madness' and caring and adopts a historical perspective to show the antecedents of modern practices in caring. This historical perspective includes ancient Vedic, Egyptian and Greek perspectives and shows the continuity, similarity and contradictions in care from the ancient times to the present. The book explores several themes linking history with the students' accounts of experiences of training from 1987 to 1997. The empirical research consisted of recorded group discussions and personal, written accounts of the experience of training. Finally a philosophical approach to mental health nursing education is put forward. This comprises a critique of the concept of nursing care, an outline of the ways in which students learn from experience, and a developmental approach to reflective practice. The existential-phenomenological approach argues for a form of caring in which a moral stance is taken. Suggestions are made for trainers to make the best use of students' reflections on their own experience as an integral part of the course.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781861562005
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1861562004
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Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: WHURR PUBL
224 Pages
Weight: 0,367 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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