An Introduction To Nursing

Author by : Mary Henry
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Publisher by : Gill Education
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Description : A practical introduction to the theory, principles and practice underpinning the nursing profession, for the revised Nursing Theory and Practice Level 5 module [5N4325]. Examines the development of nursing as a profession, as well as nursing functions, code of practice and scope of practice as outlined by An Bord Altranais. Introduces healthcare structures and their functions as outlined in the Nursing and Midwifery Act 2011, identifying specialities and primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare teams, and their functions in care delivery. Outlines models of nursing, focusing on Roper, Logan and Tierney's Activities of Living model, and includes questions and triggers to help identify actual and potential problems. Explains the importance of precision in administering drugs and recording the procedure, as outlined by An Bord Altranais (2007). Describes how to execute the measurement and accurate recording of temperature, respiration, pulse, blood pressure and fluid balance. Discusses the roles and interrelationship of empathy, advocacy, interpersonal skills and communication in nursing. Identifies commonly occurring infections in healthcare, the chain of infection and how to prevent infection and cross infection. Explains commonly used nursing terminology and medical abbreviations in nursing practice in Ireland. Written For: Nursing Theory and Practice Level 5 [5N4325] as part of the following major awards: Healthcare Support [5M4339] Nursing Studies [5M4349] Community Health Services [5M4468] Includes: Suggested activities and revision questions Interview skills and tips Information on assessment


Theory And Practice Of Nursing

Author by : Lynn Basford
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Publisher by : Nelson Thornes
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Description : This is a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of nursing addressing the nursing theory and skills specific to clients' and patients' needs. Each chapter has learning outcomes, study activities and reflection to prompt readers to learn as they read.


Person Centred Practice In Nursing And Health Care

Author by : Brendan McCormack
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Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Person-centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care is a comprehensive and practical resource for all nurses and healthcare practitioners who want to develop person-centred ways of working. This second edition which builds on the original text Person Centred Nursing, has been significantly revised and expanded to provide a timely and topical exploration of an important subject which underpins all nursing and healthcare, edited by internationally renowned experts in the field. Person-centred Practice in Nursing and Health Care looks at the importance of person-centred practice (PCP) from a variety of practice, strategic, and policy angles, exploring how the principles of PCP underpin a variety of perspectives, including within leadership and in the curriculum. The book explores not only a range of methodologies, but also covers a variety of different healthcare settings and contexts, including working within mental health services, acute care, nursing homes, the community, and working with children and people with disabilities. Key features: Significantly updated and expanded since the previous edition, taking into account the considerable changes in recent health care advancements, including the ‘Francis’ report Builds on previous perspectives of person-centredness in nursing and applies them in a broader nursing and health care context Includes a stronger exploration on the role of the service-user Shows the use of life-story and narrative approaches as a way of putting the individual’s identity at the heart of the care relationship Includes learning features such as links to current practice developments and reflective questions


What Is Nursing Exploring Theory And Practice

Author by : Dawn Ritchie
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Publisher by : Learning Matters
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Description : It is essential for students to understand the various strands that make nursing what it is. This book clearly explores theories of nursing through their application within nursing practice. It first considers the nature of nursing and how it is defined as a profession by nurses and by others in society. It then looks at the activity of nursing, its aims and how these are met through systems of care delivery. Finally, it explores what nursing is really like when you qualify, and discusses the benefits and challenges of working in each of the main nursing fields of practice.


Fundamentals Of Nursing Models Theories And Practice

Author by : Hugh McKenna
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Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : A concise, accessible introduction to the development, application and evaluation of nursing theories, this new edition of Fundamentals of Nursing Models, Theories & Practice provides a thorough overview of the body of knowledge on the topic, and a clear outline of their relevance to everyday nursing practice. Linking the development of theory to practice, this full-updated text features learning outcomes, key concept summaries and reflective exercises to aid the study of this key element of all modern nursing courses. Special Features Clearly examines the relationship between nursing theory, clinical practice and nursing roles Accessible and user-friendly with a range of features to help study, including key concepts, learning objectives and reflective exercises Useful for all pre-registration nursing students, as well as newly qualified nurses Accompanied by an online resource centre featuring case studies, multiple choice questions, exercises and activities


Nursing Research

Author by : Michael Hardey
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : ABOUT THIS BOOK For the last 40 years nursing research has been struggling to establish its theoretical roots and legitimate place within the wider arena of research in the health sciences. Overshadowed by the medical endeavour, both resources and support have been meagre. Initially this medical hegemony also restricted the range of research designs by favouring the quantitative approaches that have formed the backbone of much clinical research. However, despite these restrictions, nursing research has developed a particular diversity which matches the eclec ticism of the discipline itself. Nursing and nurses have rapidly recognized that health-related research problems often require a multi-faceted approach that can be realized most effectively through multi-disciplinary activities. Not unexpectedly, however, individual researchers have frequently remained entrenched in the particular methodologies with which they are familiar and have only reluctantly (and perhaps wisely) ventured beyond these. In contrast, the aim of this book has been to gather together material that reflects the diversity and richness of research in nursing. To juxtapose different designs springing from different epistemologies, with the aim of stimulating a more holistic approach. It hopes to provide readers with an understanding of nursing research through a consideration of the issues involved.


Vital Notes For Nurses

Author by : Hugh McKenna
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Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Vital Notes for Nurses: Nursing Models, Theories and Practiceprovides a concise, accessible introduction to the development,application and evaluation of nursing theories and clearly outlinestheir relevance to everyday nursing practice. It encourages thereader to view theories from a broader conceptual base, enablingthem to be more objective when it comes to clinical practice. Suitable for nursing students and newly qualified nurses, theauthors explore the relationship between nursing theories andpractice, specifically analysing their origins, development,selection and use. It discusses how nursing theories evolve, howthey relate to nursing roles, how to select a nursing theoryrelevant to your practice, and how to evaluate theoriescritically. Key Features: • Clearly examines the relationship between nursingtheory, clinical practice and nursing roles • Written in a clear, accessible style which assumes no priorknowledge • Useful to all nursing students on the common foundationprogramme as well as newly qualified nurses. • Each chapter includes features such as activities, casestudies and learning objectives • In the Vital Notes for Nurses series


Person Centred Nursing

Author by : Brendan McCormack
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The concept of 'person-centredness' has become established in approaches to the delivery of healthcare, particularly with nursing, and is embedded in many international healthcare policy frameworks and strategic plans. This book explores person-centred nursing using a framework that has been derived from research and practice. Person-centred Nursing is a theoretically rigorous and practically applied text that aims to increase nurses' understanding of the principles and practices of person-centred nursing in a multiprofessional context. It advances new understandings of person-centred nursing concepts and theories through the presentation of an inductively derived and tested framework for person-centred nursing. In addition it explores a variety of strategies for developing person-centred nursing and presents case examples of the concept in action. This is a practical resource for all nurses who want to develop person-centred ways of working.


Nursing Theories In Practice

Author by : Marilyn E. Parker
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jones & Bartlett Learning
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Description : This dynamic collection features Margaret Newman, Dorothy Johnson, Dor othea Orem, Myra Levine, Betty Neuman, Imogene King, Martha Rogers, an d Jean Watson.


Ethics For Nurses Theory And Practice

Author by : Cranmer, Pam
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : This book on ethics for nurses will guide students and nurses through the process of recognizing ethical dilemmas in nursing practice, and better prepare them to nurse in an ethical way.


Nursing Theories And Nursing Practice

Author by : Marlaine C Smith
Languange : en
Publisher by : F.A. Davis
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Description : Noted nursing scholars explore the historical and contemporary theories that are the foundation of nursing practice today. The 5th Edition, continues to meet the needs of today’s students with an expanded focus on the middle range theories and practice models that link theory to clinical practice. You’ll explore the role of these theories in the real-world to see how they guide nursing practice.


Nursing Theories And Nursing Practice

Author by : Marlaine Smith
Languange : en
Publisher by : F A Davis Company
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Description : Preceded by Nursing theories and nursing practice / [edited by] Marilyn E. Parker, Marlaine C. Smith. 3rd ed. c2010.


Nursing Knowledge And Theory Innovation

Author by : Pamela G. Reed, PhD, RN, FAAN
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Publishing Company
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Description : "This is an excellent addition to the nursing theory literature and one that focuses on the needs of the new DNP role and knowledge development. As the preface states, it encourages the development of 'theory for practice in practice,' and could help to close the divide that exists between theorists/researchers/academics and practice."Score: 97, 5 stars--Doody's The current paradigm of nursing knowledge suggests theory is developed outside of practice, then handed down to the practitioner to practice. This unique text is for students and faculty at the DNP level to engage in developing nursing theory in order to directly guide and improve practice. The content in this book provides strategies for scholarly practice as well as theories for students to develop or modify to fit into their own practice. This book guides students in learning to think in a new way about nursing theory development as it relates to nursing practice. This book provides graduate nursing students with a guide for practice, presents new perspectives and insights that may arise from frustrating clinical problems, and gives students the opportunity to rethink and reformulate existing theory. Key Features: Provides teachers and nursing students with information about the development and use of theory to improve nursing practice Includes glossary of key terms for reference Presents discussion questions and activities to stimulate thinking Identifies reflection points in selected chapters to help students assimilate the content and relate it to their own work


Nursing Care

Author by : Christopher Bassett
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wiley
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Description : The relationship between nursing theory and practice has been an area of intense professional debate for many years. With new governmental directives relating to how nurses care for patients, the debate continues about how and why nurses' care has never been more important. This book looks at all the key issues. It explores the historical basis upon which nurses care, and provides an invaluable theoretical resource to enable nurses from all areas of practice to understand better what care actually is. In addition to this important area it considers the difficulties in researching care. The key strength of this book is the way it exposes the thoughts, feelings and beliefs of nurses who are currently practising. The book will provide practical and theoretical information for both academics and practicing nurses.


Theory Directed Nursing Practice

Author by : Shirley Melat Ziegler, PhD, RN
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Publishing Company
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Description : The second edition of this popular textbook continues to demonstrate the application of theory to nursing practice, presenting a clear strategy for choosing and applying specific theories to specific clinical situations. Each chapter follows a common format: a case is presented, along with several possible theories that might be applied to it. Each theory includes a concise description, with references and recommended readings for those who want more in-depth coverage. Finally one theory is selected for each case and is described in detail, ultimately creating a nursing care plan, with support from the theory. In all, nearly 10 middle-range theories are presented. New to this edition is a selection in each chapter about research supporting the theories discussed. In recognition that a case study format can not encompass all practice circumstances, the final chapter provides the framework for using the strategy in any clinical situation.


Nursing Research

Author by : Nancy Fugate Woods
Languange : en
Publisher by : Mosby Incorporated
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Nursing Theories A Framework For Professional Practice

Author by : Kathleen Masters
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jones & Bartlett Publishers
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Description : Nursing Theories: A Framework for Professional Practice, Second Edition covers the work of those who have been central to nursing theory for decades as well as many newer theorists. The text draws content from topics such as philosophy, conceptual models and the middle range theories of nursing. The Second Edition features additional practice level or middle range theories with supporting diagrams that illustrate the use the nursing process in the context of the specific theory. Each chapter will also feature call out boxes describing the literature of the theory’s use in nursing practice. Updates to the Second Edition: New chapter on Transitions Theory New coverage on Postpartum Depression New information on Uncertainty in Illness Theory Illustrations in each theory chapter demonstrate how theory relates to the nursing process Current examples found in each chapter tied to updated research


Nursing Theory E Book

Author by : Martha Raile Alligood
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier Health Sciences
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Description : Nursing Theory: Utilization & Application, 5th Edition covers the development of nursing theory; the application of different nursing theories, models and philosophies; and the expansion of these practices with a look toward the future. This text provides the opportunity for students who have learned the background of nursing theory using the companion title, Nursing Theorists and Their Work, to apply what they have learned to actual nursing practice through various patient scenarios. Real-life case history examples included in application chapters promotes evidence-based practice and further demonstrates how a theory is used in practical situations. Consistent case history featuring the patient Debbie in every chapter and the nursing plan that follows help you apply philosophies, theories and models presented in the text. Critical thinking exercises provide a more application-based approach rather than just contemplation of theories presented. Chapters written by contributors who utilize the work offer a unique approach to using theory in practice. Nursing metaparadigm discussion illustrates the four center concepts with which the discipline is concerned to help you see the scope of concern for the profession. Logical organization presents content in three distinct parts. Glossary offers quick access to key terms throughout the text. NEW! Nursing Care sections demonstrate how theories apply to certain situations and particular types of nurses. NEW! QSEN competencies throughout the book relate nursing theories to today’s important focus on patient safety and quality improvement. NEW! Nursing theory timeline helps you place different nursing theories and theorists in history, illustrating the progression of the content. NEW! Fresh design helps you visually identify the text’s relationship with its Nursing Theorists companion.


Mental Health Nursing

Author by : Gylo (Julie) Hercelinskyj
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cengage AU
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Description : Mental Health Nursing: Applying Theory to Practice is a new Australian text combining a theoretical approach to mental health nursing with clinical reasoning and a practical framework for real-life nursing situations. Ideal for both clinical and theory mental health course units, the text was developed with input from consumers and clinicians, and includes the clinical manifestations, impacts, treatment and management of persons suffering from mental illness. Chapters on suicide and self-harm, and Mental Health First Aid provide detailed coverage of these contemporary mental health issues, while a chapter on mental state examination (MSE) comprehensively explores MSE in a style similar to a traditional psychiatry text and in the context of many different mental health conditions, giving students multiple perspectives of presentations. Critical thinking and review questions challenge students to apply theory to practice, and pharmacology is discussed in each disorder-chapter, helping students to contextualise their learning. With coverage of the Mental Health Act (2014), and criteria from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) integrated throughout, the text equips students with a working understanding of major mental health disorders, and the ability to work practically when engaging with persons suffering from mental illness. New, print versions of this book come with bonus online study tools on the CourseMate Express and Search Me! Nursing platforms.


Knowledge Development In Nursing E Book

Author by : Peggy L. Chinn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier Health Sciences
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Description : Showing how the different types of knowledge affect nursing theory, Knowledge Development in Nursing: Theory and Process, 9th Edition helps you understand nursing theory and its links with nursing research and practice. It examines the principles of knowledge development, including the relationship between patterns of knowing, and explores how evidence-based nursing theory can be used to improve patient care. Written by nursing educators Peggy Chinn and Maeona Kramer, this edition is updated with the latest advances in theory development and additional examples of how nursing theory applies to clinical practice. Discussion of Patterns of Knowing includes empiric, personal, aesthetic, ethical, and emancipatory knowledge, defining the five different types of knowledge and how they relate to each other. Full-color map in the front of the book enhances your understanding with a visual representation of how the patterns of knowing are related. Discussion of evidence-based practice provides examples of how the five patterns of knowing may be applied to nursing practice. A comprehensive discussion of theory, theory development, and the relationship of theory to nursing research and practice helps you learn to apply theory to practice. Think About It questions sharpen your understanding of the emancipatory knowing process of praxis — critical reflection and action that transforms experience. Interpretive summaries highlight the essential features of major theories, making conceptual frameworks easier to learn and remember. A glossary defines the key terms and concepts of nursing theory. An Evolve companion website includes more case studies, a Pattern of Knowing animation, and additional learning resources.


The Practice Nurse

Author by : P A U L I N E JEFFREE
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Publisher by : Springer
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Research Methods For Nurses And Midwives

Author by : Merryl Harvey
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This book is the only research methods book you need to succeed whilst studying nursing and midwifery. Ideal for all pre and beyond registration nurses, this book has everything you need to know about consuming, critiquing and using research; it then builds on this foundation to develop these ideas into workable practice for real-world research. Inspired by over 25 years combined experience, the authors have structured the book around the complimentary spheres of theory and practice and take you through each step of the research process, demonstrating how to choose a question, design your research proposal, collect data, analyse your findings and write up your research. It explores: · Evidence-based research · Literature and systematic reviews · Ethics · Secondary Data · Research design · Methodologies and individual methods · Data analysis – quantitative and qualitative Interwoven with case studies and embracing quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods alike, this balanced textbook provides an introduction to a wide range of theories and methods and is packed full of material specially created to meet student and instructor needs. Whether you are new to research methods or returning to formal education and hoping to conduct your own research, this book is your ideal companion.


Advanced Nursing Research

Author by : Ruth M. Tappen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jones & Bartlett Publishers
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Description : "Teaches students how to prepare research proposals and carry out research studies using a practical approach. The second edition puts a greater emphasis on evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and the use of aggregate data. The outstanding feature of this text is its reality-based approach to the actual conduct of research. The text also reflects current practice and current thinking about research and integrates qualitative and quantitative methods, including emerging mixed methods"--


Nursing Theories And Models

Author by : Hugh McKenna
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Nursing theory is a major part of all nursing courses and nurses are encouraged to use theories in practice, but it is not always easy for the student to make a real connection between the two. Drawing on many years' experience of teaching and research, Hugh McKenna addresses the theory needs of both students and qualified staff. He demystifies the confusing terminology associated with nursing theory and shows how all nurses can build theory from practice through reflection and analysis. This text offers step-by-step guidelines on: * how to analyse concepts * how to generate and select theory * how to apply and test theory in practice. Written in a friendly, easy to read style, Nursing Theories and Models puts forward realistic strategies for bridging the theory-practice gap.


Rural Nursing Sixth Edition

Author by : Charlene A Winters
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Now in its sixth edition, this authoritative classic remains the only text to provide a wide range of essential information for nurses who work in sparsely populated and vulnerable geographical areas. Focusing on rural nursing concepts, theory, research, education, public health, and healthcare delivery from a national and international perspective, the sixth edition is distinguished by its emphasis on practical applications. With ten completely new chapters and substantial revisions, it disseminates the skills and knowledge required for effective nursing practice, education, and research regarding the evolving rural and frontier setting. Written for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, the book highlights the challenges of frontier nursing and the relative opportunities for innovative practice in rural healthcare. The effect and spread of the coronavirus on nonmetropolitan areas is covered throughout the text. Topics for discussion at the beginning of each chapter and case studies throughout the text promote critical thinking. An Instructor's Manual and PowerPoint slides accompany the text. New to the Sixth Edition: New Chapters on Theory and Research, Emergency Medical Services, Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention, Interprofessional Education, FNP Competencies, Transcultural Service-Learning, and more! Incorporates the new challenges that coronavirus created and how to address them. Greater focus on practical applications for rural nursing practice Increased coverage of telehealth, evidence-based policy, and education programs Updated models of practice and research Key Features: Covers critical issues for nursing professionals who are practicing, teaching, and conducting research in underserved areas. Expands understanding of the cultural characteristics of rural persons and places. Provides single-source reference of rural information for rural nurses, nursing students, faculty, and researchers. Authored by noted educators and practitioners of rural nursing from across the United States and Canada. Includes an Instructor's Manual and PowerPoints!


Nursing Theories

Author by : Julia B. George
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Publisher by : Pearson
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Description : Designed as a tool to help nurses apply concepts and theories to practice, this book considers the ideas of well-known nursing theorists and relates the work of each tot he nursing process. Chapters are organized to relate the theorist's work to the nursing metaparadigm, the nursing process, characteristics of a theory, and strengths and limitations of the theory. Quanitiative and qualitative research methods now in each chapter. An emphasis on the use of nursing theory in clinical practice. Chapters on the work of Artinian and Conger, as well as the introduction of an interdisciplinary model. For nursing professionals.


Tabbner S Nursing Care

Author by : Gabby Koutoukidis
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier Health Sciences
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Description : The only text in the market written specifically for Diploma of Nursing students in Australia and New Zealand. Written by Gabrielle Koutoukidis, Kate Stainton and Jodie Hughson, Tabbner’s Nursing Care: Theory and Practice, 7th edition, provides a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and skills for nursing students embarking on an Enrolled Nurse career. Reflecting the current issues and scope of practice for Enrolled Nurses in Australia, this new edition focuses on the delivery of person-centred care, emphasises critical thinking throughout and demonstrates the application of the decision-making framework across multiple scenarios. Visit evolve.elsevier.com/AU/Koutoukidis/Tabbner: eBook on VitalSource Teaching resources Image collection – all figures and tables from the textbook Test banks Student resources Answer guides to: o Case studies o Critical thinking exercises o Decision-making framework exercises o Review questions Australian Clinical Skills videos demonstrating core skills to help you link the theory to practice Weblinks Two new chapters: o Nursing informatics and technology in healthcare o Quality and safety in healthcare 83 Clinical Skills aligned with the new 2016 Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Enrolled Nurse (EN) Standards for Practice to help you understand the skill and translate it into effective clinical practice Exercises on the decision-making framework for the EN Examples of progress notes and nursing care plan documentation Aligned with the HLT Health Training Package Supported by a NEW companion skills workbook: Essential Enrolled Nursing Skills for Person-Centred Care Includes eBook on VitalSource


Family Health Care Nursing

Author by : Joanna Rowe Kaakinen
Languange : en
Publisher by : F.A. Davis
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Description : Prepare for the real world of family nursing care! Explore family nursing the way it’s practiced today—with a theory-guided, evidence-based approach to care throughout the family life cycle that responds to the needs of families and adapts to the changing dynamics of the health care system. From health promotion to end of life, a streamlined organization delivers the clinical guidance you need to care for families. Significantly updated and thoroughly revised, the 6th Edition reflects the art and science of family nursing practice in today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environments.


Nursing Leadership And Management

Author by : Rebecca A Patronis Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : F.A. Davis
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Description : This comprehensive text explores the philosophy that all nurses are leaders who use creative decision making, entrepreneurship, and life-long learning to create a work environment that is efficient, cost-effective, and committed to quality care. Broad and comprehensive coverage encompasses leadership and management theories and processes by synthesizing information from nursing, health care, general administration and management, and leadership literature. Activities teach them how to research decision-making data (participatory action research process) and analyze and make reliable choices in managing their work environment. Theory-based, scholarly yet practical, this is the most comprehensive and engaging baccalaureate text on the market.