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Læs også

  • Korsbæk L, Eplov LF, Petersen L, Olander M (ed). Psykiatrisk og psykosocial rehabilitering. En recoveryorienteret tilgang. Munksgaard. København 2010.
  • Arnhild Lauveng: I morgen var jeg altid en løve

  • Beate Grimsrud: En dåre fri

  • Karin Dyhr Daugaard &Marianne Holmen: Glaspigen

Recovery

TRIALOG: RECOVERY - DEN NYE VISION FOR PSYKIATRIEN

Forskning viser, at det er muligt at komme sig fra psykisk sygdom. Og har man som personale fokus på patienternes håb, drømme og livskvalitet og inddrager dem i pleje og behandling, så hjælper det.

"Recovery", som betyder "at komme sig", er en tilgang, hvor det drejer sig om at møde mennesket og sætte dets håb og drømme i centrum og samtidig fjerne sig fra den traditionelle biomedicinske tilgang, dog uden helt at afskrive den.

I det arbejde kan sygeplejersker spille en vigtig rolle på grund af deres faglige viden om relationsteorier, og fordi sygeplejersker oftest er dem, som har den primære kontakt med patienterne.

 

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