Research Paper On Schizophrenia
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An Overview of Schizophrenia
This paper reports the criteria for diagnosis of schizophrenia, the types of schizophrenia. The writer discusses possible causes, behaviors, emotions, and biological aspects of the disease. Diagnostic criteria are also reported. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.
Film Portrayal of Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia has often been portrayed in films, sometimes accurately and sometimes, not. It was the core of a very popular film in 2010, the Black Swan. The film depicts the main character’s descent into madness but what kind of madness was it? This paper uses examples from the film to demonstrate psychotic breaks and offers opinions that the character did not really portray schizophrenia. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.
A 9 page research paper that discusses this topic. Nursing care management of patients with paranoid schizophrenia entails numerous challenges. The following overview of the nursing parameters for addressing the challenges involves in formulating care for schizophrenic patients, first of all, discuss the nursing process and then focuses on the importance of communication to establishing a therapeutic nurse-client relationship. The next section describes client behavior in relation to schizophrenia, i.e., its signs and symptoms, before concluding with a brief discussion of the roles of the nurse in regards to patients with schizophrenia in terms of the nurse as the provider of care, manager of care and as a member of the profession of nursing. This paper also includes a restatement of this abstract. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 8 page paper discusses various treatments of the mental illness schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a chronic, life-long illness, but it can be managed with treatment. Among the therapies discussed are cognitive-behavioral therapy, medication, social skills training and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). The writer also gives some of the symptoms of the disease, and argues that a combination of treatments is more effective than medication alone. ECT is reported to be extremely effective and beneficial. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography.