Tag: Depression

Depression is common mental health disorder, which affects over 350 million people of all ages worldwide. Depression is frequently linked with other mental health illnesses, such as disruptive behaviour disorders, anxiety disorders and substance use disorders.

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Depression in Cardiac Patients
Nursing Essays
Introduction: After receiving a cardiac intervention, patients receive specific discharge instructions. However, there are no instructions or suggestions on how to handle any psychological effects, such as depression.... Last modified: 9th Apr 2021

Biomedical Approaches for Understanding Depression
Nursing Essays
Introduction: At one point in life, some people feel sad, hopeless and use the term ‘low mood’ when they feel depressed. Depression can persist for weeks, months or even years and is one of the most common mental illness. ... Last modified: 3rd Dec 2020

Factors Influencing Teenage Depression
Nursing Essays
Introduction: In society, depression is perceived as a phase that is easy to get over if the person tries hard enough, where in fact it is an existing mental health condition that restricts an individual from carrying out daily activities... Last modified: 3rd Dec 2020

Developing Awareness for Perinatal and Postpartum Depression
Nursing Assignments
Introduction:  This purpose of this article is to bring awareness to women who experience perinatal depression, as well as women who experience postpartum depression, up until the first year, after giving birt... Last modified: 8th Jun 2020

Postpartum Depression: An Important Issue In Women’s Health
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Abstract The purpose of this paper is to educate and inform the audience of a condition known as Postpartum depression (PPD). Throughout this text I will be identifying what exactly PPD is, causes and... Last modified: 29th May 2020

Depression in older people
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Depression, including major and minor is one of the most prevalent mental illness among the elderly in nursing home around the world with up to 78% being affected(Brown and Luisi, 2002; Blazer, 2003; ... Last modified: 28th May 2020

Case Study Of A Man With Severe Depression
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: Peter a 40 year old man, had become depressed following some money pressures which had put his livelihood and home under threat. He had been to see his GP who had asked Peter to complete the self repo... Last modified: 13th Feb 2020

Case Study on Adolescent Depression
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: This case study concerns a teenage service user whom we shall refer to using a pseudo name, Katie, to maintain confidentiality in line with the Nursing & Midwifery Council Code of Conduct (NMC,... Last modified: 12th Feb 2020

Post Natal Depression Case Study
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: The Experience of Health & Illness Level 2 Assessment Client Study – Culture and the ‘service user’ experience   This essay details the experiences that I had in dealing with ... Last modified: 12th Feb 2020

Post Natal Depression Case Study
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: Table of Contents Case Study Care Plan Medical Point of view The Role of the nurse Building a therapeutic relationship Respect and Empathy Communication Tackling the problem The Reality Therapy and c... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Depression and Suicidal Ideation: Mental Health Case Study
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: Introduction Mental health nursing is a complex healthcare practice, because it aims to meet the needs of clients with mental health needs, which are usually also complex and require more than a sing... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Exercise as a Treatment for Depression: Literature Review
Nursing Literature Reviews
Introduction: Task 2 PICO Paper The Healthcare Problem According to a 2013-2016 U.S data study by the CDC, “One in 12 US adults’ reports having depression, with women twice as likely as ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Clinical Depression: Drug Treatment Research Article Analysis
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Overview Clinical depression is a common mood disorder characterized by several symptoms affecting how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. Symptoms are wide-ranging and can include a pe... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Can recovery from stroke and depression be assisted by pets?
Nursing Questions
Introduction: Question Can recovery from stroke and depression be assisted by pets? Answer Monty Don, a presenter of BBC2’s Gardeners World, reported in an article in The Times (2016) that adopting a puppy (Nigel... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

How can nurses support young people with mental health problems?
Nursing Questions
Introduction: Question How can nurses support young people with mental health problems to help avoid a ‘tsunami’ of adults with mental illness in the future? Answer A recent article warns of a ‘tsunami’ of ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Elderly Patient on Psychotic Depression ward
Nursing Essays
Introduction: In this assignment I will be carrying out a ‘Critical Incident Analysis’ on an incident taken from my portfolio that was encountered whilst in practice placement. This type of analysis was... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

A Definition Of Postnatal Depression Nursing Essay
Nursing Essays
Introduction: One of the prime factors is considered to be the sudden postnatal drop in progesterone levels in the post partum days. (Nappi et al 2001) The placenta is responsible for the vast majority of circulati... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Anxiety, Anger And Depression in Nursing
Nursing Essays
Introduction: I FEEL DEJECTED, The patient spoke out morosely. Nurse looked over at his miserable condition, and felt to deal with his anger, anxiety and depression. It is very interesting to conform with such case... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020