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The Nursing Factor: Nurses Respond to Growing Diversity in Health Care

In the 2010 report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, the Institute of Medicine recommended that nurses gain the competencies needed to provide care for diverse populations. As more Americans obtain access to health insurance coverage and the patient population diversifies, health care professionals who work in community health centers and more traditional settings, such as hospitals, will require extensive knowledge in community and multicultural care. This article speaks to the growing need for a diverse nursing workforce.

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Appear Lace If The Left and Suitable Both Allow Psychiatry

Look ut When the Left and Right Both Empower Psychiatry.

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Five Lies Psychiatry Tells for Strength Along with Profit

Five Lies Psychiatry Tells for Power and Profit.

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Taking The First Steps on The Road to Recovery: Overcoming Barriers to Professional Counseling

According to a recent University of Phoenix survey, more than a quarter of Americans have received professional counseling services for everything from mood disorders (such as depression and anxiety) and relationship and child behavior issues to behavior modification and personality disorders. This article discusses the numerous barriers that prevent people from receiving the help they want and need, along with innovative solutions to overcome them.

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Dsm—by The Book

The reason is that the DSM series, which is published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), has become the global standard for the description of mental illness. Indeed, the DSM is treated by many people less as a medical handbook and more as holy writ. Insurers use it to decide whether or not to cover ailments. And diagnoses based on it determine whether people get special services at school; whether they qualify for disability benefits; whether they are stigmatised in their careers; even whether they are able to adopt children. Doctors, patients, drug companies and insurers have all thus been waiting for the latest edition of what has become known as the psychiatric bible.

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Mental Illness: Its Definition Then and Now

Mental Illness was once considered to be superstitiously attributed to God’s anger inflicted on those suffering from such a malady.

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Expectant Mothers with Swing Moods Have High Risks of Premature Births

The mood swings are normally characterized by the patient being too talkative and restless on the one extreme and being to sad or depressed on the other extreme.

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Informations About Psychatry Paths

Some useful information about Psychiatry paths.

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World Mental Health Day: The Tribulations of The Mentally Ill in Africa

In my city, as soon as one becomes mentally ill, he or she becomes dreaded and practically mistreated instead of being helped.

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Hypochondria Can Happen to You

A Serious Psychological Disorder.

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