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visión de conjunto:Críticas 'This text is insightful and informative and should be an asset to any mental health literature library. A well-designed text in its layout and content it is accessible to anybody associated with the mental health field – whether they be a service-user carer or professional. I will definitely be recommending this text to all nursing students regardless of their field of practice.' (Thomas Beary 2016-11-01)‘Professor Pilgrim in this 4th edition of his book on key concepts in mental health has one again delivered on his promise. These are really important and significant issues that affect mental health service users carers and health and social care professionals and practitioners. At no time does the book minimise the significance nor complexity associated with these themes. These are issues that affect people directly and this book offers readers with a clear and balanced perspective. It remains the key introductory text and one I am very pleased to recommend to students and others.’ (Ian McGonagle 2016-11-14)‘This is a gem of a book very useful as an introductory text a quick reference for busy students and academics and those wishing to study in more detail. This new edition has an improved layout introduces some new subjects and brings existing material up to date.’ (Dave Mason)‘Key Concepts in Mental Health Nursing provides a useful overview of important concepts in mental health. It will be beneficial for students academics and professionals working in the field. Pilgrim includes definitions key points and further reading in each section which are immensely valuable making it a must for academics’ reading lists.’ (Emma Jones 2016-11-03)‘Pilgrim provides a text here that is broad-ranging in scope; identifying and critically considering conceptual policy and practice matters. The written style and structure of the text is accessible to a wide audience; with a clear and commanding presentation of technical detail in addition to thought-provoking examples philosophical and sociological analyses. This latest edition builds upon the successes of those which have come before and provides a valuable go-to resource for students lecturers researchers and practitioners alike.’ (Paul Taylor 2016-11-14)‘I can highly recommend this book. The chapters cover in detail all the main topics around mental health. Clear concise and refreshingly up-to-date. I was particularly impressed with the updated information on the Biopsychosocial Model which has been included in this new edition. A very useful read for my students.’ (Rachael Morice 2016-11-14)'This is a great introduction book for anyone who is interested or is working in the area of mental health. It provides concise chapters with researched arguments on the topic area giving the reader an informed viewpoint on contemporary issues in mental health.' (Brigid Arkins 2016-11-15) Reseña del editor This book is not available as a print inspection copy. To download an E-inspection copy click here or for more information contact your local sales representative. Now in its 4th edition this text continues to give you a complete and concise overview of mental health and all the issues that surround it from a theoretical and practical perspective. Restructured into 4 sections the book starts by defining mental health and mental abnormality before examining the mental health services and the place mental health takes in society. Fully updated the book offers: 66 bite-sized chapters including new ones on the Biopsychosocial Model trauma and mindfulness Key points summarising what you need to know for study and practice Examples of further reading to help you expand your knowledge It is essential reading for students of health nursing mental health social work and social care. It is also valuable reading for students of counselling and psychotherapy. Biografía del autor David Pilgrim is Honorary Professor of Health and Social Policy University of Liverpool UK and Visiting Professor of Clinical Psychology University of Southampton. After training and working as a clinical psychologist he completed a PhD examining psychotherapy in the organisational setting of the British NHS. He then went on to complete a Master’s in sociology. He has worked at the boundary between clinical psychology and medical sociology for the past 20 years and has produced over 60 articles in peer-reviewed journals based upon his research into mental health policy and practice. His years working in the British NHS provided him with extensive everyday experience of the theoretical and policy aspects of mental health expressed in practical settings. One of his books A Sociology of Mental Health and Illness (3rd edition Open University Press 2005) co-authored with Anne Rogers won the British Medical Association’s medical book of the year award for 2006. Currently he is writing a book on child sexual abuse and public policy.