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Managing Care for Persons with Personality Disorders Phyllis M. Connolly PhD, APRN-BC, CS April 4, 2008 NURS 127 A Objectives At the end of the two hour class and with the completion of assigned readings, students will be able to utilize the nursing process to: 1. Discuss the impact of the stigma of the diagnosis of Personality Disorder on both the patients and the staff 2. Discuss the risk management issues related to providing safe quality care 3. Recognize some of the etiology of Personality disorders 4. Identify the characteristics and symptoms associate to Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD) and treatments 5. Recognize the role of ego functioning and symptoms of personality disorders 6. Plan interventions for nursing diagnosis of self-care deficit 7. Identify nursing roles & interventions for persons with BPD 8. Recognize strategies for responding to manipulation 9. Identify current effective treatment for Borderline Personality Disorders 10. Recognize skills related to dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) 11. Identify self-care behaviors for the care providers
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Managing Care for Person with Personality Disorders, April 4, 2008 2 Managing Care for Persons with Personality Disorders Selected Bibliography Dr. Phyllis M. Connolly Aguilera, D. C. (1998 ). Crisis intervention: Theory and methodology (8 th ed.).St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book. American Nurses Association, American Psychiatric Nurses Association & International Society of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses. (2006 ). Scope and standards of psychiatric-mental health nursing practice . Washington, DC: American Nurses
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