Compare and contrast signs, symptoms and specific treatments for anorexia

Compare and contrast signs, symptoms and specific treatments for anorexia.

this is the remaining part of my assignment

each chapter question needs to cover 2 pages ( total 8 pages)

Chapter Question 5: Eating Disorders

• Compare and contrast signs, symptoms and specific treatments for anorexia, bulimia and binge eating.
• Identify nursing interventions and teaching for patients with (a) anorexia , (b) bulimia and (c) binge eating disorder.

Chapter Question 6: Abuse/Assault

• Identify and give examples of five areas to assess when working with a person who has experienced abuse
• Discuss the importance of a safety plan and identify at least 4 important components.
• Identify at least five guidelines for nursing interventions related to sexual assault

Chapter Question 7: Cognitive Disorders

• Compare and contrast the clinical picture of delirium with that of dementia and discuss nursing interventions for both.
• Compare and contrast Major Neurocognitive Disorder Mild Severity; Moderate Severity and Severe Severity in terms of (1)Clinical Presentation (2) Emotional impact on family (3) pharmacological and psychosocial treatments in treatments

Chapter Question 8: Child Adolescent Disorders

• Describe the diagnostic criteria and behaviors for Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Compare and contrast Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant disorder
• Discuss the following treatment modalities in child psychiatry: Behavior Therapy, Play Therapy, Family Therapy,
and Bibliotherapy.
• List and describe the techniques for managing disruptive behavior in children. (Refer to Box 11-3, pg. 195);
include a discussion of comfort and feeling rooms, and the kinds of equipment that will be found in each. (Refer
to Quiet Room p. 187).
please help to make A on this paper, I really need it.

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Foundations of psychiatric mental health nursing: A clinical approach 7th
by Margaret Jordan halter
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Compare and contrast signs, symptoms and specific treatments for anorexia