Page 27, under “Forensics and Corrections”, first paragraph should read:
In the 1970’s deinstitutionalization began, leaving many with a mental illness or intellectual disability in need of housing in the community. One of the places persons with a mental illness are overrepresented is in the criminal justice system (Kennedy-Hendricks, Huskamp, Rutkow & Berry, 2016, pg. 1077). Persons in the prison system have higher rates of serious mental illnesses compared to those in the community (Prins, 2014). Prins found higher rates of post-traumatic stress disorder, major depression, generalized anxiety disorder, dysthymia, bipolar disorder, social anxiety, panic, and schizophrenia in prison populations compared to community populations. A large number of US prisoners need mental health care. A case study of inmates in Texas found that approximately 15% to 24% of inmates reported symptoms of a psychotic disorder, 43% to 54% of inmates reported symptoms of mania, and 23% to 30% of inmates reported symptoms of major depression. Unfortunately, lack of synchronized care among criminal justice…
Page 33 & 34: The following should be included in the references for Chapter 2:
Kennedy-Hendricks, A., Huskamp, H.A., Rutkow, L. & Berry, C. L. (2016). Improving access to care and reducing involvement in the criminal justice system for people with mental illness. Health Affairs, 35(6), 1076–1083.
Prins, S. J. (2014). The prevalence of mental illness in U.S. state prisons: A systematic review. Psychiatric Services, 65(7), 862–872.
Page 53: Under “Critique the research evidence” should read:
Quantitative hierarchy (Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk, & Schultz, 2005)
- Randomized controlled trials (RCT), meta-analysis, or systematic review
- Evidence-based guidelines based on systematic review
- Evidence from RCT without randomization
- Evidence from systemic review of descriptive and qualitative studies
- Evidence from expert opinion or committee reports
Qualitative hierarchy (Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk, & Schultz, 2005)
- Evidence from systematic reviews of descriptive and qualitative studies
- Evidence from a single descriptive or qualitative study
- Evidence from expert opinion or committee
- Evidence-based guideline based on systematic review of RCTs
- Evidence from well-designed controlled trials without randomization
- Systematic reviews or meta-analysis
- Evidence from at least one well-designed RCT
Page 56, under “Quality of Care” should read:
Currently, 11 HEDIS measures exist for behavioral health:
- Antidepressant medication management
- Follow-up care for children prescribed ADHD medication
- Follow-up after hospitalization for mental illness
- Diabetes screening for people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who are using antipsychotic medications
- Diabetes monitoring for people with diabetes and schizophrenia
- Cardiovascular monitoring for people with cardiovascular disease and schizophrenia
- Adherence to antipsychotic medications for individuals with schizophrenia
- Use of multiple concurrent antipsychotics in children and adolescents
- Metabolic monitoring for children and adolescents on antipsychotic medication
- Use of first-line psychosocial care for children and adolescents on antipsychotic medication
- Mental health utilization
Page 60: Answer to question # 5 should read “evaluating quantitative research” instead of “evaluating qualitative research”
Page 113: “Inverse agonist” should read: “Drug causes the opposite effect of agonist; binds to same receptor”
Page 128: “curative factors” should read “therapeutic factors”
Page 130: “Multitransmission” should read “Multigenerational transmission”
Page 153: The 3rd row of Table 9-3 should read:
||Capsule, tablet, or liquid 20–80 mg/day
Pregnancy Category C
Lactation Catagory L2
Page 153: Last bullet “See Table 9-6” Should read “See Table 9-7”
Page 165: “Decreased concentratio” should read “Decreased concentration”
Page 280: The last bullet under “Prevention and Screening” should read: “The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force concluded that there is insufficient evidence to determine if the benefits of routine screening outweigh the harms (U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, 2014).”
Page 291: Question 3 should read: “What does the PMHNP need to take into account when considering medication for this client?”
Page 292: Answer to question 3 should read: “Before starting the client on medication the PMHNP needs to understand the correct diagnosis for the client’s symptoms and the stage of their illness, and discuss the client’s preference for treatment.”
Page 302: The second to last bullet under “Diagnostic and Laboratory Findings” the word “glutamyltrasefase” should read “glutamyltransferase”
Page 304: The first bullet should read:
“Each symptom is graded on a 0- to 7-point scale with the exception of orientation and sensorium, which are graded on a 0- to 4-point scale. The higher the total score (maximum = 67), the more likely the person will experience severe withdrawal and DTs: 0–9 =absent or very mild withdrawal, 10–15 = mild withdrawal, 16–20=moderate withdrawal, and 21–67 = severe withdrawal and possible DTs.
Page 305: In Table 13-1 the 4th row should read:
||Opioid partial agonist, opioid antagonist
||Agonist and antagonist, decrease cravings
The 5th row is a duplication and should be disregarded.
Page 310: The answer to the first question should read: “and she has no physical signs of a respiratory infection”
Page 374: Under “Incidence and Demographics” the 9th bullet should read “63% of men incarcerated for murder between the ages…”
Page 379: The section entitled “Pharmacological Management” should be disregarded. In this case pharmacological management is not within the scope of practice for PMHNP.
Page 394: Option “c” should read: “It enables participants to acquire therapeutic factors”
Page 398: For question 63, the options should be labeled a, b, c, and d rather than a, a, a, and b.
Page 399: Question three should read “When conducting a neurological…”
Page 400: Question 70, the last two sentences should read: Using Yalom’s therapeutic factors, you are aware that peer-led groups can inspire and encourage other group participants. Which therapeutic factor is instilled in AA and NA group members?
Page 413: The correct answer to 67 is D. The rationale is correct.
Page 414: Answer 85 should read: B. CIWA cut off scores are as follows: 0–9, absent or very mild withdrawal; 10–15, mild withdrawal; 16–20, moderate withdrawal; and 21–67, severe withdrawal.