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Pathophysiology, Homeostasis and Nursing

Pathophysiology, Homeostasis and Nursing

1st Edition

Tonks Fawcett, Roger Watson
September 18, 2003

Nursing students quite often find it difficult to relate what they learn with respect to normal and abnormal physiology to patient care. In this useful text Roger Watson and Tonks Fawcett clearly explain:* the concept of homeostasis* the relevance of physiology to common disorders* the patient's...

Design and Analysis of Clinical Nursing Research Studies

Design and Analysis of Clinical Nursing Research Studies

1st Edition

Colin R Martin, David R Thompson
November 30, 2000

This invaluable text on the design and analysis of clinical research studies explains the basis of experimental design and statistics in a way that is sensitive to the clinical context in which nurses work. It uses data from actual studies to illustrate how to:*design the study*use and select data*...

Body Image and Disfigurement Care

Body Image and Disfigurement Care

1st Edition

Robert Newell
October 12, 2000

Intended for health care professionals working with patients who have suffered a threat to body image, whether from trauma, injury, disease, or the developmental process, Body Image and Disfigurement Care:*offers practical advice about care*critically appraises the existing knowledge-base*describes...

Caring for People in Pain

Caring for People in Pain

1st Edition

Bryn Davis, Bryn D. Davis
December 16, 1999

An excellent introduction for nurses to all aspects of pain and its management. Topics examined are relevant to all areas of health care practice and include:*types of pain*the experience of pain, including psycho-social factors*interventions (pharmocological, physical and psychological)*...

Education For Patients and Clients

Education For Patients and Clients

1st Edition

Vivien Coates
September 02, 1999

Education for Patients and Clients sets out basic principles for providing patient education as an integral part of nursing care. It challenges the view that simply giving information is enough and investigates strategies for making education as effective as possible.The author explores:*the effect...

Nursing Perspectives on Quality of Life

Nursing Perspectives on Quality of Life

1st Edition

Peter Draper
May 01, 1997

One of the fundamental aims of nursing is to safeguard or promote patients' 'quality of life'. In Nursing Perspectives on Quality of Life, Peter Draper examines existing ways of defining the concept and argues that nurses need to adopt a fresh approach, which more accurately reflects patients'...

Nursing Theories and Models

Nursing Theories and Models

1st Edition

Hugh McKenna
April 03, 1997

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...

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