3 edition of Older people and nursing found in the catalog.
Older people and nursing
|Statement||edited by Pauline Ford and Hazel Heath.|
|Contributions||Ford, Pauline., Heath, Hazel B. M.|
|LC Classifications||RC954.6.G7 O54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
The RNs were strategically selected from different nursing homes within a municipality in Sweden, from among those staff with more than five years’ experience of working with older people. One difference in the context of the RNs between the years was that in the nursing home was newly by: 7. The benefits of partnership-centred care for older people, their families and healthcare teams; Practical strategies for supporting the needs and preferences of older people in positive, respectful and collaborative ways.
To achieve best outcomes for older people in their health and care, we should organise care around the concerns and priorities of older people themselves. By doing this we can integrate all the assets which can contribute to healthy ageing. These assets include the strengths of the older person, family care, and support from local resources. It is. Summary. This practical guide helps student and practising nurses to understand the impact of their care when working with older people. With stories from older people who have had varied experiences of health care and nursing, chapters are underpinned by five key principles: providing patient-centered and dignified care, shared decision-making involving family and friends, .
Depression or the occurrence of depressive symptomatology is a prominent condition amongst older people, with a significant impact on the well-being and quality of life. Many studies have demonstrated that the prevalence of depressive symptoms increases with age (Kennedy, ). This book aims to help nursing students understand how to care for older people in any care setting. It uniquely focuses on person-centred, humanised care in addition to physical care, helping students to examine attitudes towards older people in health care and combat negative stereotypes.4/5(1).
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International Journal of Older People Nursing is pleased to announce the Author and Reviewer awards of Read the announcement here The following is a list of the most cited articles based on citations published in the last three years, according to CrossRef.
How do “robopets” impact the health and well‐being of residents in care. Older People and Mental Health Nursing provides an evidence-based guide to caring for the growing number of older people with mental health issues.
It focuses on the knowledge and key skills which practitioners require to work effectively with older people who have, or are at risk of developing, mental health : Paperback.
Chapter 1 Exploring the concept of older people nursing. Chapter 2 Policy related to working with older people in nursing practice. Chapter 3 Attitudes to working with older people. Chapter 4 Valuing diversity. Chapter 5 Theories of ageing. Chapter 6 Dementia and delirium.
Chapter 7 Core philosophies of care for older people. Placement Learning in Older People Nursing E-Book: A guide for students in practice 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Julie McGarry (Author), Philip Clissett (Author), Davina Porock (Author), Wendy Louise Walker (Author), Karen Holland (Contributor) & 2 more Format: Kindle Edition5/5(1).
Meaningful engagement between secondary school students and older patients in an acute hospital Wendy Mashlan, Sara Ralston, Lauren Jones Why is medicines optimisation vital for older people with frailty.
Now in its Fifth Edition, this text provides a comprehensive and wellness-oriented approach to the theory and practice of gerontologic nursing. Organized around the author's unique "functional consequences theory" of gerontologic nursing, the book explores "normal" age-related changes Older people and nursing book risk factors that often interfere with optimal health and functioning, to effectively identify.
Evidence Informed Nursing with Older People takes a unique case-study approach, with individual chapters presenting nursing practice-based case studies on some of the most common areas of care faced by nurses working around the world with older people.
Each case study illustrates the connections between practice, theory, evidence and values. This book is part of the Transforming Nursing Practice series, written specifically to support nursing students on the new degree programme.
As medical advances become more sophisticated, average life expectancies continue to grow. This presents significant challenges to the healthcare system, and caring for older people is now the concern of every nurse.
Nursing Older People is the leading specialist journal for nurses who care for older people across a range of health and social care settings. The journal is available in print or digital page-turner format and includes unlimited access to Get this from a library.
Caring for older people in nursing. [Sue Barker, (Registered mental health nurse);] -- As medical advances become more sophisticated, average life expectancies continue to grow.
This presents significant challenges to the health care system, and caring for older people is now every. Practical tips and key messages for working with older people. The volume can be used to help nursing students and practising nurses to understand better how their care might impact positively on older people’s health and well-being.
This situates the reader within the world as experienced by older people. This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It conveys the depth of knowledge needed to develop the complex and sometimes delicate skills required for nursing interventions and support of older people.
It takes an evidence-based and person-centred approach to understanding and meeting older people's needs as well as. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® 5% Back on All B&N Purchases.
Learn More. Barnes & Noble Café. Relax and Refuel. Visit BN Café. Become a B&N Member. Members Save Every Day. Learn More. Role of nursing associates in addressing the needs of people with dementia in hospital. Nursing associates are well placed to address the needs of this patient population.
How therapeutic communication can reduce distress in people with dementia. Newcastle Model’s biopsychosocial framework is revisited to understand the caregiving context.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: 1. Exploring the Myths and Stereotypes of Mental Health in Old Age / Stuart J. Darby The Social Construction of Old Age and its Impact on Mental Health / Liz Matthew Mental Illness in Old Age / Tracey Sharp Developing Therapeutic Nursing Relationships.
Takes a logical, step-by-step approach to preparing for learning on a Care of the Older Person placement or a general placements in areas where the majority of patients are older people Provides an introduction to the principles of care, treatment and management of an older person, linking university-learned theory to clinical practice.
the Older Adult Client and Nursing Interventions to Prevent Them Debra A. Arnold Oakland Community College Fall Risks in the Older Adult Client and Nursing Interventions to Prevent Them Many people believe that falling is a normal part of the aging process and that if a person lives long enough they will eventually suffer a fall.
This book aims to help nursing students understand how to care for older people in any care setting. It uniquely focuses on person-centred, humanised care in addition to physical care, helping students to examine attitudes towards older people in health care and combat negative : SAGE Publications.
This book is an easy to follow essential guide to providing skilled and effective care for older people with diabetes in community, acute and residential care settings. It aims to provide nurses and other health professionals with the knowledge needed to accurately diagnose, treat and care for older people with diabetes.
Placement Learning in Older People Nursing E-Book. by Philip Clissett,Julie McGarry, DHSci, MMedSci, PGDip (Medical ethics), BA (Hons), RN (MH),Davina Porock, PhD RGN,Wendy Louise Walker, RN, D HSci, MSc, BA(hons),Karen Holland, BSc(Hons) MSc CertEd SRN. Placement Learning.
Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and : Elsevier Health Sciences. Since older people are living longer, there are more of them.
Meantime, many countries are experiencing economic downturns. As a result, levels of tension may increase among the various bodies that contribute to providing elder care, for instance, on local, regional and national levels as well as at the service level: health care workers and.The book takes a positive stance on ageing, celebrating the fact that in the Western world we live longer and healthier with a focus on the well-being of the individual.
Key features: Easy-to-read introduction for nursing students, with a chapter on making the most of. Buy Nursing Older People 4 by Redfern, Sally J., Ross, Fiona M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(2).