Intervention with patients who have had a traumatic experience in a health care setting is crucial not only to prevent long-term psychological issues, but also to help patients reduce anxiety when seeking medical help in the future. This groundbreaking book is the first to conceptualize medical trauma and provide mental health and health care professionals with best practices for treating such trauma in health care settings. It delivers in-depth systems-level strategies for supporting patients and their families who experience distress in the medical setting or as a result of life-threatening or life-altering diagnoses and procedures, and describes innovative models for integrating mental health professionals into current health care teams.
Written for both mental health and health care leaders and professionals, the book reflects the growing trend toward interprofessional practice and training in health care, as well as the growth of patient-centered and person-centered care. It reflects the mandate of the PPACA for availability and integration of mental health services into health care and includes models for addressing trauma based on maternal health protocols from the Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health Care. Plentiful case studies demonstrate the effects of medical trauma and how intervention models can provide a positive outcome. Useful assessment tools, also available as electronic downloadable files, are included to help professionals recognize and evaluate medical trauma in patients.
- Provides comprehensive information about conceptualizing and treating medical trauma in health care settings, the first book to do so
- Offers models for addressing such trauma based on maternal health protocols from the Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health Care
- Aimed at both mental health and health care professionals in all practice settings
- Includes case studies to illustrate effects of medical trauma and intervention models
- Includes several assessment tools to assist health care and mental health professionals with recognizing the many effects of medical trauma
About the Author
Michelle Flaum Hall, EdD, LPCC-S, is associate professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, and a partner at Hawthorne Integrative, LLC, a health care consulting and clinical counseling firm. Her scholarship about medical trauma and integrated health care has been published in such journals as Nursing for Women’s Health, ACA Vistas, and Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. Dr. Hall has presented on the topic of medical trauma at local, state, and national clinical counseling conferences including the American Counseling Association Annual Convention; to students in advanced clinical mental health counseling courses; and to cancer survivors and their families. She has consulted with the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative in the development of a national Postpartum Hemorrhage Toolkit, and has authored a tool to help medical professionals recognize the signs of acute stress disorder in the hospital setting.
Chapter 1 What Is Medical Trauma?
Chapter 2 Medical Trauma Factors The Patient
Chapter 3 Medical Trauma Factors Diagnoses and Procedures
Chapter 4 Medical Trauma Factors Medical Staff
Chapter 5 Medical Trauma Factors The Environment
Chapter 6 Case Studies
Chapter 7 Prevention and Intervention Level 1Medical Trauma and Primary Care
Chapter 8 Prevention and Intervention Level 2 Medical Trauma and Specialist Care
Chapter 9 Prevention and Intervention for Level 3 Medical Trauma The Hospital Setting and Beyond
Chapter 10 Medical Trauma and the Future of Health Care
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نویسنده : Michelle Flaum Hall EdD LPCC-S
ناشر : Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition
سال انتشار : 2017
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 325
(ISBN) شابک : 0826128939
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $61.75
حجم فایل : 2 MB