- Author:M.S. Kennedy,G.M. Pfeifer
- Publisher:Mosby (August 1979)
- Pages:328 pages
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clinical practice through the nursing Psychology for Nurses and Health Care Professionals: This is the only book to combine an introduction to psychology with the specifics of nursing care
clinical practice through the nursing. The work of 16 nurse theorists is dis-. cussed in light of each one's treatment. Conclusions: The application of the KRH practice processes is illustrated as a transformative germinal theory of practice. This TKRH as expressions of caring is transformative and can restore positive meanings in the life-world of persons in the cancer palliative care setting. Psychology for Nurses and Health Care Professionals: This is the only book to combine an introduction to psychology with the specifics of nursing care. It covers all aspects of psychology relevant to student nurses and others training to be health care professionals.
Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are active in a variety of clinical, educational, and executive .
Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are active in a variety of clinical, educational, and executive roles, with varying degrees of involvement in and influence over clinical practice. As part of their professional role, APRNs must be able to recognize ethical conflicts and serve as mediators or resources for patients, families, or other nurses who are struggling with ethical dilemmas. 6. Unethical practices of health care colleagues or demands by employers for coding or billing practices that may be questionable or fraudulent (Peirce & Smith, 2008; Laabs, 2005; Hannigan, 2006: Ulrich et a. 2010).
NURSING: CONCEPTS OF PRACTICE presents a thorough description of the development of the self-care deficit nursing theory .
NURSING: CONCEPTS OF PRACTICE presents a thorough description of the development of the self-care deficit nursing theory and illustrates its relevance to nursing practice with a common sense approach. The text presents the foundations of nursing as a field of knowledge and practice and provides an approach to knowing and thinking nursing.
Structures included nurse attributes, organizational issues, and patient attributes. Processes comprised the activities of caring, which included providing for patients' physical and psychological needs, being attentive, getting to know the patient, taking time, being firm, showing respect, and the extra touch. The outcomes emanated from the process of caring and included a feeling of well-being, patient satisfaction, and effect on the environment.
Home Browse Books Book details, Professional Nursing: Concepts . This book has been written to facilitate consideration and understanding of key ideas that underpin nursing as a discipline in a global context.
Home Browse Books Book details, Professional Nursing: Concepts, Issues, and. Professional Nursing: Concepts, Issues, and Challenges. This text offers nursing students comprehensive ideas and perspectives that are basic to the practice of contemporary nursing. Each chapter focuses on a foundational area of study and explores the central concepts, relevant issues, dilemmas, and debates. The book is, in a sense, groundbreaking, in that it is a collaboration between American, Canadian, British, and Australian nurses.
Discovering a nursing philosophy. AFTER YEARS OF practicing as an RN, I was eager to advance my nursing practice and chose to pursue a bachelor's degree in nursing. I approached my first class with anticipation. My first writing assignment was to draft my personal nursing philosophy. While some viewed the paper as just another academic exercise, I saw the value in understanding how my unique way of thinking impacts my clinical practice
Compared to the current practice in Singapore nursing homes, 15 restrained residents had higher use of psychoactive medications. Psychoactive medications are usually associated with an increased risk of falls in long-term care settings
Compared to the current practice in Singapore nursing homes, 15 restrained residents had higher use of psychoactive medications. Psychoactive medications are usually associated with an increased risk of falls in long-term care settings. 16,17 As shown in a previous study, 18 the most common reason cited for restraint use was to prevent falls.
Quebec nurses used to regard intensive care units (ICU) highly, but now the large number of vacancies and the .
Continuous evaluation of the patients’ clinical condition comprises such an important part of nursing in ICU that it is hard for nurses to deal with anything unexpected when it occurs, further adding to the cognitive and psychological burden of their work.
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Professor, Adult Health Nursing Indiana University School of Nursing . Advanced Practice Nursing in the Current Sociopolitical Environment. Advanced Practice Nurses in Non-Primary Care Roles: The Evolution. of Specialty and Acute Care Practices .
Professor, Adult Health Nursing Indiana University School of Nursing Indianapolis, Indiana.