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Hospitality By Rai Jayne, Gary John Senior
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November 2010 - A number of students from Salford University decided to attempt the impossible - write a play from scratch, find a cast, rehearse and perform it live for three nights...all in less... More > than a month. Rai Jayne and Gary John Senior are responsible for conjuring up this farcical view on hospital life. Hospitality sees everything from a baby being born in the centre of a busy ward to an exorcism and who would believe it is based on true events?< Less
Mental Health Workers in a Psychiatric Hospital By Jane Dode
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This is Volume Four in the series “True Stories of Life in a Psychiatric Hospital. In this volume I discuss the mental health workers employed at my mental health hospital. If a psychiatric... More > hospital was a battlefield—and in many ways it is—these individuals would be the front line soldiers. One of the job qualifications for this this position, which is usually required by employers, is physical strength. This is because they are often dealing with patients possessing unstable mental states and unnatural strength; their state of mind also increases the likelihood of violent behavior. Therefore these mental health workers must be able to contain and often restrain these individuals. Without this ability, their personal safety is in jeopardy, their coworkers safety is in jeopardy, as well as the other patients in the hospital.< Less
A Mental Health Patients' Hospital Bill of Rights By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., Esq., Coif, asserts a Mental Health Patients' Hospital Bill of Rights.
A Mental Health Patients' Hospital Bill of Rights By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., Esq., Coif, asserts a Mental Health Patients' Hospital Bill of Rights.
THE MENTAL SENTENCINGS By Gary Oreilly
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anyone convicted on the 50th offense are condemned to the asylum,sentenced to the death penalty.will any escape
THE MENTAL SENTENCINGS By Gary Oreilly
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based on the 50th offense charge, condemned to the asylum and sentenced to the death penalty.will any survive
Senior Mental Health Assessment: Geriatric Mental Health Consultation in the General Hospital and Nursing Facility By Dr. Robert Garrett Rodriguez
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Traditional mental health care settings are inadequate to meet the needs of older adults. Mental health specialists must adapt their expectations and approach to be effective in alternative venues... More > and to diversity their portfolio of practice sites to ensure financial viability. These sites include acute care hospitals, extended care facilities, senior citizen centers, retirement communities, and certified home health agencies. The opportunity to involve a patient=s family is challenged by a patient=s financial barriers, diagnosis, mental status, and the culture of the medical community. A summary of research is presented regarding mental health consultation with older adults involving a health team approach and the family in two settings: acute care hospitals and extended care facilities. Recommendations are offered based on this research to improve the efficacy and efficiency of the mental health consultant (therapist/liaison).< Less
Senior Mental Health Assessment: Geriatric Mental Health Consultation in the General Hospital and Nursing Facility By Dr. Robert Garrett Rodriguez
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Traditional mental health care settings are inadequate to meet the needs of older adults. Mental health specialists must adapt their expectations and approach to be effective in alternative venues... More > and to diversity their portfolio of practice sites to ensure financial viability. These sites include acute care hospitals, extended care facilities, senior citizen centers, retirement communities, and certified home health agencies. The opportunity to involve a patient=s family is challenged by a patient=s financial barriers, diagnosis, mental status, and the culture of the medical community. A summary of research is presented regarding mental health consultation with older adults involving a health team approach and the family in two settings: acute care hospitals and extended care facilities. Recommendations are offered based on this research to improve the efficacy and efficiency of the mental health consultant (therapist/liaison).< Less
Hideaway Hospital Murders By Robert Robinson
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Book Two of the Greg Tenorly Mystery Series. The small East Texas town of Coreyville is shaken by brutal murders and kidnappings, striking too close to home for Greg Tenorly. And the only witness... More > is a mentally ill neighbor whose remarks are rejected by the police as gibberish. But Greg listens carefully to the man’s seemingly incoherent statements, and later realizes that they just might contain enough clues to point him in the direction of the killer. But his investigation leads him into a hornet’s nest of dark secrets, old grudges, jealousy, and greed. Now, caught in the crossfire between two families, Greg’s life is in serious jeopardy. By morning, more bodies will be headed for the morgue. The only question is whether Greg Tenorly will be among them. 63,800 words.< Less
The Bumpy Road: A Memoir of Culture Clash Including Woodstock, Mental Hospitals, and Living In Mexico By Don Karp
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Reading The Bumpy Road promotes self-examination and encourages transformation. Everyone lives a personal “hero’s journey”. The Bumpy Road shows how culture clash is a muse for... More > creative transformation. It tells the story of childhood followed by adolescent confusion. A boy struggles to become a man by buying into institutions that did not work for him--a marriage to a woman, whose entire self-concept was tied to “the relationship”, and as a science student in academia where success is about publish or perish: lies, back-stabbing, and the old boys' club. The 60’s culture came and personal chaos ensued. Relying on mental institutions to correct the evils of the aforementioned institutions created new problems instead. But the human spirit is resilient. The Bumpy Road details how the habit of going to the hospital for help was broken, and a new artistic identity replaced the old one. Primed for seizing cultural diversity opportunities, new struggles and successes were encountered in Mexico.< Less