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Increasing longevity, a rising prevalence of psychiatric and medical comorbidities, and dramatic changes in the nature and organization of health care delivery systems have direct implications for the theoretical frameworks and methods that will be needed to shape future geropsychiatric nursing...
Setting a robust research agenda for geropsychiatric nursing science will encompass both short-term methodologic goals and longer term funding, knowledge development, and dissemination goals. This article identifies immediate needs in the areas of multidisciplinary training, collaborative...
With the emergence of the mental health needs of older adults as a foremost public health concern of the 21st century, the melding of gerontological and psychiatric expertise among frontline health care providers assumes unprecedented urgency. Undergraduate and graduate educational preparation...
Reenvisioning gerontological mental health nursing begins with reinterpreting the meaning of aging and radically transforming the curriculum of the subspecialty. The commentary suggests 11 specific recommendations that expand on Morris and Mentes’s article as a way of reenvisioning and rerooting...
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