Depression Research in Nursing

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Depression Research in Nursing

SKU# 9780826157652

Global Perspectives

Editors:

  • Reg Arthur Williams PhD,RN,CS,FAAN
  • Bonnie Hagerty PhD, RN, CS
  • Shaké Ketefian EdD, RN, FAAN
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Description 

Depression has become a major international health issue and should be a concern of every nurse, regardless of specialty. While physicians are focused on etiology and medical treatment, nurses must attend to how people express and deal with this crippling illness.

This volume provides new knowledge about depression that can be translated into clinical care on both the individual and community level. The book sheds light on this debilitating chronic disorder and will help guide the understanding and approach to a person with depression.

While there is evidence that depression is manifestied differently by characteristics such as gender, race, and culture, we know very little about the mechanisms, both biological and socio-cultural, that create or contribute to these differences. The research included maintains an international perspective with a broad focus on special populations and multicultural groups.

Included are findings from studies on:

  • Depression in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Materal postpartum depression
  • Older adults with depression
  • Stress and depression after traumatic brain injury
  • The impact of war stress on the health of Lebanese families

Product Details 

  • Publication Date April 29, 2005
  • Page Count 160
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826157652
  • EISBN 9780826157690

Table of Contents 

Preface, Shaké Ketefian
  1. Depression Research: Nursing’s Contributions
  2. Psychosocial Theories of Depression in Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Historicist Perspective, Sarah H. Ailey and Arlene Miller
  3. Maternal Postpartum Depression Symptoms: A Longitudinal Study, June Andrews Horowitz and Janice Goodman
  4. Prenatal Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial in the Emotional Health of Primiparous Women, Barbara A. Hayes and Reinhold Muller
  5. Older Adults with Chronic Conditions: Reports on Depressive Symptoms , Jaclene A. Zauszniewski, Diana L. Morris, Sunida Preechawong, and Hsiu-Ju Chang
  6. The Impact of War Stress on the Health of Lebanese Families, Laila F. Farhood
  7. Chronic Stress Conditions Do Explain Posttraumatic Brain Injury Depression, Esther Bay, Ned Kirsch, and Brenda Gillespie
  8. The Relationship between Maternal and Child Mental Health in Mexican Immigrant Families, Diane B. McNaughton, Julia Muennich Cowell, Deborah Gross, Louis Fogg, and Sarah H. Ailey
  9. Predictors of Depression in Thai Women, Sopin Sangon
  10. Depression Coping Self-Efficacy as a Predictor of Relapse 1 and 2 Years Following Psychiatric Hospital-Based Treatment, Sharon Tucker, Susan Brust, Pamela Pierce, Carol Fristedt, and V. Shane Pankratz