Lynn Warmbrodt

Lynn Warmbrodt
Research College of Nursing · College of Nursing

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The current state of children's mental health is a public health crisis according to the Surgeon General of the United States ("The epidemic in children," 2001; Suttenfield, 2001). One in 10 children and/or adolescents suffers from mental illness severe enough to cause impairment. Less than one half of those affected receive treatment ("The epidemi...
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Research College of Nursing and the Rockhurst University Helzberg School of Management Health Care Initiative collaborated to offer the Executive Nurse Practice: Health Care Leadership track to Research College of Nursing graduate students. This effort was not only cost effective, but also offered expert faculty in both the fields of nursing and bu...
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Between 5% and 9% of primary care patients exhibit hypochondriacal symptoms. Hypochondriasis may be primary or secondary to panic disorder or depression. Despite negative diagnostic findings and clinician reassurance, hypochondriacal patients manifest disease conviction, disease phobia, or both. Primary care providers, in collaboration with mental...
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1. Trichotillomania is characterized by recurrent pulling of one's hair, resulting in significant hair loss. 2. Trichotillomania involves many hours each day of pulling hair or thinking about pulling hair. 3. Treatment includes five phases: accurate assessment and diagnosis, client education, self-monitoring, self-management, and self-maintenance.

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