Psychiatric Nursing is an Important Study in Modern Times when Mental Health is Likely to be Impaired
Health Sciences Course
- Master / Doctoral Degree
- YOSHII, Hatsumi
Professor, R.N. Ph.D.
hatsumi*med.tohoku.ac.jp (Please convert "*" into "@".)
- Support of reducing the incidence or the relapse of mental disorders
- Provision against stigma toward persons with mental disorders
- Oral Hygiene Support for Persons with mental disorders
mental health, dementia, persons with mental disorders, stigma
educational program development, internet questionnaire survey, psychoeducation
Our purpose is the support for persons with mental disorders. With the respect to persons with mental disorders, we have supported the reducing the incidence or the relapse of mental disorders, the provision against stigma toward the persons with mental disorders, the Oral Hygiene Support for Persons with mental disorders and so forth.
The goal of Psychiatric Nursing is to understand subjects holistically from biological, psychological, and social perspectives for the prevention of mental illness, the maintenance and improvement of mental health, and implementation and development of necessary care based on scientific principles. The people treated by Psychiatric Nurses include individuals, such as health care professionals and caregivers, and groups, such as families, communities, and schools.
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