General Practice Nursing Foundational Principles

Author by : Deborah Duncan
Languange : en
Publisher by : M&K Update Ltd
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Description : The General Practice Nurse’s role has changed enormously over the past few decades. This helpful book gives an up-to-date overview of the GPN’s responsibilities, providing relevant information about clinical skills and knowledge, health promotion and screening, and the management and assessment of long-term conditions most commonly presented in primary care. The book is edited by Deborah Duncan, a nurse educator and GPN, and includes contributions from other nurses who are experienced in their fields. It contains a wealth of references and resources, enabling the reader to gain more detailed knowledge of each topic. There are also reader’s activities (designed to reinforce the content) scattered throughout the text. Aimed at nurses in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, who want to work in primary care, this will be a vital resource for those who are new to General Practice Nursing as well as those returning to it after a long gap. Contents include: • The role of the GPN: Political, professional and economic drivers • Consultation skills • Public health and an introduction to health screening • Cervical cytology • Women’s health • Men’s health • Immunisation • Travel health • Ear care • Wound care • General principles of long-term conditions • Diabetes • Respiratory conditions • Chronic kidney disease • Coronary heart disease • Cancer as a long-term condition • Dementia • Mental illness as a long-term condition


General Practice Nursing Foundational Principles

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Nursing Informatics 2016

Author by : W. Sermeus
Languange : en
Publisher by : IOS Press
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Description : As the importance of electronic and digital devices in the provision of healthcare increases, so does the need for interdisciplinary collaboration to make the most of the new technical possibilities which have become available. This book presents the proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Nursing Informatics, held in Geneva, Switzerland, in June 2016. This biennial international conference provides one of the most important opportunities for healthcare professionals from around the world to gather and exchange expertise in the research and practice of both basic and applied nursing informatics. The theme of this 13th conference is eHealth for All: Every Level Collaboration – From Project to Realization. The book includes all full papers, as well as workshops, panels and poster summaries from the conference. Subjects covered include a wide range of topics, from robotic assistance in managing medication to intelligent wardrobes, and from low-cost wearables for fatigue and back stress management to big data analytics for optimizing work processes, and the book will be of interest to all those working in the design and provision of healthcare today.


The Integrative Medicine Solution

Author by : Cathy Ochs PA-C
Languange : en
Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : Get out of the health-care trap. Transition into an integrative medicine practice. Return to practicing medicine the way you always dreamt it could be. The United States spends the most health-care dollars per person in the world. Yet we are a sick, fat, and tired nation. Both patients and health-care providers are dissatisfied with our health-care system. We have a diseased management system masquerading as a health-care system. This system is broken! Integrative medicine is a solution to heal our broken system. The Integrative Medicine Solution is a practical guidebook for physician assistants, supervising physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health-care providers who want to transition from treating symptoms to the root causes. • Patients are healthier, happier, and less dependent on drugs. • Providers are rewarded for spending more time with their patients. • It will restore balance and joy in your practice and life. “This book is a great introduction and practical guide for PAs or any other health-care providers who are wanting to start their own integrative practice.” —Jana Pratt, PA-C, Women’s Integrative Health Specialist “This is an awesome read and a great education piece for all health care providers to read. I think it is a must read.” —Nathan S. Bryant, PhD, author of The Nitric Oxide (NO) Solution “Excellent job . . . your book will shed light on what patients need to know.” —Mark Starr, MD, author of Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic


Advanced Practice Nursing

Author by : Susan M. DeNisco
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jones & Bartlett Publishers
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Description : Nursing’s national accrediting bodies, including the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission, demand that nursing curriculum include and emphasize professional standards. This new edition provides information on these professional standards by including chapters relevant to various aspects of advanced nursing practice, including changes in the national health care agenda, the 2010 Affordable Care Act, and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) 2010 report on the future of nursing. With the explosion of the DNP, the revision of the American Association of College’s of Nursing (AACN) Master’s Essentials, and the refinement and development of the Clinical Nurse Leader role, this text is a timely resource for the next generation of advanced practice nursing.


Theory And Practice Of Nursing

Author by : Lynn Basford
Languange : en
Publisher by : Nelson Thornes
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Description : This title aims to cover the needs of the pre-registration nursing student, serving as a study guide and a foundation text. It emphasises the importance of community care and the social and cultural aspects of nursing.


The Law And Ethics Of Medicine

Author by : John Keown
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press on Demand
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Description : The principle of the sanctity of life is key to the law governing medical practice and professional medical ethics. It is also widely misunderstood. This book clarifies the principle and considers how it influences the law governing abortion; 'test-tube' babies; euthanasia; feeding patients in persistent vegetative states; and palliative treatment.


Community Health And Wellness

Author by : Jill Clendon
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier Health Sciences
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Description : The sixth edition of Community Health and Wellness has been fully revised and streamlined to incorporate contemporary thinking and research in community health and wellness from Australia, New Zealand and the global community. Written by Jill Clendon and Ailsa Munns, the new edition provides an easy-to-use text with a strong focus on the foundational principles of primary health care that underpin community health and wellness. The text builds on the unique socio-ecological approach to primary health care of previous editions, guiding readers to consider the health of individuals and populations in their personal, family and community environments. Ancillary resources and eBook available on Evolve Focus on primary health care across the lifespan, with an emphasis on health literacy and health promotion Chapter features include reflective practice and care planning for individuals, families and communities, case studies, interventions and evaluation Visit evolve.elsevier.com for your additional resources eBook on VitalSource Instructor resources: Critical Thinking Questions and Answers Image Collection PowerPoints Tutorial Activities Student and Instructor resources: Weblinks Online Care Plans Online Material Greater emphasis on nurses and other health practitioners working in partnership with people and communities Updated local case studies to support the practical application of knowledge to practice Additional signposted sources of knowledge online to promote engagement and further enquiry Comprehensive coverage on community assessment including a new community assessment framework Condensed and restructured table of contents New information on the importance of the early years including preconception New section on project planning to achieve community wellness Now includes an eBook with all print purchases


Building And Sustaining A Hospital Based Nursing Research Program

Author by : Dr. Albert Albert, PhD, CCNS, CCRN, NE-BC, FAHA, FCCM
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Publishing Company
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Description : The first resource to present the “nuts and bolts” of creating a successful nursing research program. This text provides a roadmap to develop and nurture a nursing research program in complex hospital environments. Written by experienced clinical researchers who have successfully implemented these techniques in the Cleveland Clinic, the handbook shows nurses how to build and sustain a research program—a fundamental requirement to transform patient care and administrative practices and obtain and sustain American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet® program recognition. The book demonstrates, step-by-step, how leaders and staff can integrate nursing research into the workflow of complex health care environments. It provides a framework for developing horizontal and vertical structures that promote the creation of new knowledge and for enhancing the scientific foundation of nursing evidence. With a focus on practical applications, the book addresses the structures, systems, processes, and resources required for creating and maintaining a research program along with methods for its evaluation. The handbook describes foundational principles that apply to hospitals of all sizes (including ambulatory centers and hospitals without extensive resources), and provides concrete guidance in adapting structures and processes to fit the needs of hospitals with varied nursing staff size and program goals. Replete with a wealth of ideas and strategies, it provides detailed templates that will assist novice and more experienced researchers, guidelines for committees to support nursing research within a hospital, and discusses the “who,” “what,” “why” of systems that enhance workflow. Chapters offer experiential stories written by nurses who describe the “real world” experiences of implementing clinical research in their practice. Tables and figures further illuminate information. Key Features: Written by experienced researchers who have implemented the techniques used in this book Provides a framework adaptable for use with hospitals of all sizes Includes guidelines for committees/councils to support nursing research within the organization Discusses processes and systems that enhance collaboration and workflow Offers stories from the field by nurses about “lessons learned” from their research experiences


Principles And Practice Of Psychiatric Nursing

Author by : Gail Wiscarz Stuart
Languange : en
Publisher by : C.V. Mosby
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Description : Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing, 8th Edition provides comprehensive coverage of psychiatric nursing. Beginning with fundamental coverage of all key psychiatric nursing principles, it goes on to address the complete continuum of care - including mental health promotion and illness prevention, crisis intervention, and psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery. The book then applies psychiatric nursing principles to specific clinical disorders based on adaptive-maladaptive coping responses, the six-step nursing process, and DSM-IV-TR and NANDA diagnoses. Subsequent chapters describe various modalities of treatment (psychopharmacology, somatic therapies, cognitive and behavioral therapies, managing aggressive behavior, and more), hospital-based and community-based care, and treatment of special populations.