Year: 1968 Source: American Journal of Nursing, v.68, no.3, (March 1968), p.536-539 SIEC No: 19840476

A nurse sees many persons with emotional problems long before they need the help of psychiatric specialists. If she understands such disturbances and various types of depression she can–as part of her everyday practice–help patients avert more serious problems. This author suggests what to look for and how to cope with it.