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Understanding the Nursing Process in a Changing Care Environment

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Published by McGraw-Hill Medical .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nursing Process,
  • Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Nursing - Fundamentals & Skills,
  • Medical / Nursing / Fundamentals & Skills,
  • Nursing - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages243
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9799707M
ISBN 100071350780
ISBN 109780071350785

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  0Reviews. Generations of nursing students have discovered the scope, the importance, and the fundamental processes of their chosen profession with this one-of-a-kind, reader-friendly text. Using a helpful building-block approach, and filled with many thought-provoking historical and cultural vignettes, Understanding the Nursing Process in a Changing Care Environment breaks the nursing process . Understanding the Nursing Process in a Changing Care Environment by Mary Murray, Leslie Atkinson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Understanding the Nursing Process in a Changing Care Environment breaks the nursing process into logically organized steps for ease of comprehension. Newly updated, the sixth edition considers the nursing process against the backdrop of today's transforming issues-such as managed care, multicultural patient populations, home health care, and illness prevention."--BOOK JACKET. Understanding The Nursing Process In A Changing Care Environment Breaks The Nursing Process Into Logically Organized Steps For Ease Of Comprehension Newly Updated The Sixth Edition Considers The Nursing Process Against The Backdrop Of Todays Transforming Issues.

Updates the important new changes in the nursing process, and discuss the process in relation to the current and future nursing concerns including collaboration, home health and prevention. This work reviews the new standards of care issued by the American Nurses Association and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. And that's why nursing education has such a crucial role to play. Getting an advanced nursing degree means preparing yourself for a changing world of possibility. With the right skills and knowledge, the next generation of nurses can make a bigger difference for patients, communities, and our national health care environment. The 5 Steps of the Nursing Process The nursing process is a scientific method used by nurses to ensure the quality of patient care. This approach can be broken down into five separate steps. Assessment Phase The first step of the nursing process is assessment. Often this care will have been planned by a nurse using ‘the nursing process’. It is therefore important for the support worker to understand how the patient has been assessed and that the care they are providing has been by: 6.

Atkinson, Leslie D. is the author of 'Understanding the Nursing Process in a Changing Care Environment In a Changing Care Environment', published . Intervention is the component of the nursing process in which the nurse implements activities to promote health, and prevent or alleviate illness and injury. The nurse may act as educator in this part of the nursing process, informing patients, families, workers, and communities about hazards in the environment and how to protect themselves. Nursing process is a systematic, rational method of planning and providing individualized nursing care. The purpose of nursing process. To identify client’s health status, actual or potential healthcare problems or need. To establish plans to meet the identified needs and to deliver specific interventions to meet those needs. Creating and sustaining change in nursing care delivery By giving nurses more control over their work environment and more opportunities for professional advancement, hospitals and health systems can reduce nurse turnover, lower costs, and improve patient care. Gretchen Berlin, BSN, and Kurt Grote, MD 1 US Bureau of Labor Size: KB.