Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice, 5th edition, Enhanced Update provides thorough coverage of psychiatric mental health nursing organized around the DSM-5 diagstic criteria. With an emphasis on the recovery model, the book follows DSM-5 guidelines and has expanded content. The 5th edition, Enhanced Update addresses the changes in the DSM-5 diagstic criteria in a response to market needs. This Update includes core DSM-5 changes, select reference updates, and integration of icons to highlight related patient experience videos that are available on thePoint website. It also retains an emphasis on the recovery model, which focuses on a patients potential for recovery, involving the partnership between patient and health care provider as a journey of transformation, rather than as a set outcome. Features: - NCLEX Notes help students focus on important application areas to prepare for the NCLEX. - Emergency Care Alerts highlight important situations in psychiatric nursing care that the nurse should recognize as emergencies. - Fame and Fortune features highlight famous people who have made important contributions to society despite dealing with mental health problems. In many instances, the public remained unaware of these disorders. The feature emphasizes that mental disorders can happen to anyone and that people with mental health problems can be productive members of society. - Nursing Management of Selected Disorders sections provide an in-depth study of the more commonly occurring major psychiatric disorders. - Nursing Care Plans, based on case scenarios, present clinical examples of patients with a particular diagsis and demonstrate plans of care that follow patients through various diagstic stages and care delivery settings. - Interdisciplinary Treatment and Recovery Plans (ITPs) are linked with their respective nursing care plans in several chapters. ITPs are used extensively in practice. - Research for Best Practice boxes highlight today s focus on evidence-based practice for best practice, presenting findings and implications of studies that are applicable to psychiatric nursing practice. - Therapeutic Dialogue boxes compare and contrast therapeutic and ntherapeutic conversations to encourage students by example to develop effective communication skills. - Psychoeducation Checklists identify content areas for patient and family education related to specific disorders and their treatment. These checklists support critical thinking by encouraging students to develop patient-specific teaching plans based on chapter content. - Clinical Vignette boxes present reality-based clinical portraits of patients who exhibit the symptoms described in the text. Questions are posed to help students express their thoughts and identify solutions to issues presented in the vignettes. - Using Reflection boxes provide examples of how the nurse uses reflection to interpret a clinical situation in the nurse patient relationship. - Drug Profile boxes present a thorough picture of commonly prescribed medications for patients with mental health problems. Examples include lorazepam (Ativan), an anxiolytic, and mirtazapine (Remeron), an antidepressant. The profiles complement the text discussions of biologic processes kwn to be associated with various mental health disorders. - Key Diagstic Characteristics summaries describe diagstic criteria, target symptoms, and associated findings for select disorders, adapted from the DSM-5 by the American Psychiatric Association. - Nursing Diagsis Concept Maps help students learn to organize complex patient data into a meaningful nursing diagsis and visually link key concepts of a disorder to in-practice examples. - Patient education, family, and emergency icons highlight content related to these topics to help link concepts to practice.