Fundamentals of Nursing: Standards and Practice / Edition 3 available in Hardcover
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- Cengage Learning
Fundamentals of Nursing: Standards and Practice, third edition, highlights the core themes for the introductory nursing student, including nurse, person, health, and environment. This text provides comprehensive coverage of fundamental nursing concepts, skills, and standards of practice that challenge you to learn and apply critical thinking skills for culturally diverse populations in a variety of environments. Research, evidence-based practice, and emerging practice issues are highlighted to help you prepare for delivering care across a continuum of settings.
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About the Author
Sue C. DeLaune is currently the Education Director of S DeLaune Consulting, an independent continuing education business in Mandeville, Louisiana. She is also Assistance Professor of Nursing at William Carey University, New Orleans, Louisiana, where she provides didactic and clinical instruction to students in fundamentals of nursing. Ms. DeLaune has taught nursing in diploma, associate degree and baccalaureate schools of nursing, as well as in RN-degree completion programs. With over thirty five years experience as a clinician, administrator and educator, she has taught fundamentals of nursing, psychiatric/mental health nursing, nursing leadership and research, professionalism, issues and trends and nursing ethics courses. She also presents seminars and workshops that help nurses to maintain competency in the areas of communication, leadership and teambuilding skills, client education, and stress management. Ms. DeLaune is the author of several other books, including CLINICALCONFERENCES AS TEACHING STRATEGIES, ANXIETY AND DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS, PERSONALITY DISORDERS, VIOLENCE IN PSYCHIATRIC SETTINGS AND SOMATOFORM AND SLEEP DISORDERS. Ms. Delaune holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing Degree from Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana and a Masters Degree in Nursing from Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, National League for Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau International, Upsilon Theta Chapter and has been recognized as one of the Great 100 Nurses by the New Orleans District Nurses Association.
Patricia K. Ladner, after retiring from forty years of nursing in 2005, has served as the Volunteer Coordinator for three Catholic Churches in DeLisle, Mississippi, Katrina Recovery. Following Katrina, she has presented numerous workshops on Infection Control and Dealing with Loss, as well as coordinating the activities of volunteers from many states. She is a former Consultant for Nursing Practice in the Louisiana State Board of Nursing and has taught nursing in diploma and associate degree schools of nursing prior to her retirement. Ms. Ladner has been recognized as one of the Great 100 Nurses by the New Orleans District Nurses Association and is a 2009 Caring Woman Honoree by the Biloxi Regional Medical Center and Cable One. Ms. Ladner holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Marillac College, St. Louis, Missouri, a Master's Degree in Counseling and Guidance from Troy State University, Troy, Alabama and a Master's Degree in Nursing from Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Table of Contents
UNIT I: NURSINGS PERSPECTIVE: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE Ch. 1 Evolution of Nursing and Nursing Education Ch. 2 Nursing Theory Ch. 3 Research and Evidence Based Practice Ch. 4 Health Care Delivery, Quality, and Continuum of Care UNIT II: NURSING PROCESS: THE STANDARD OF CARE Ch. 5 Critical Thinking, Decision Making, and Nursing Process Ch. 6 Assessment Ch. 7 Nursing Diagnosis Ch. 8 Planning and Outcome Identification Ch. 9 Implementation Ch. 10 Evaluation UNIT III: PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY Ch. 11 Leadership, Delegation, and Change Ch. 12 Legal and Ethical Responsibilities Ch. 13 Documentation and Informatics UNIT 1V: PROMOTING CLIENT HEALTH Ch. 14 Nursing, Healing, and Caring Ch. 15 Communication Ch. 16 Health and Wellness Promotion Ch. 17 Individual, Family, and Community as Client Ch. 18 The Life Cycle Ch. 19 The Older Client Ch. 20 Cultural Diversity Ch. 21 Client Education UNIT V: RESPONDING TO BASIC PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS Ch. 22 Self Concept Ch. 23 Stress, Anxiety, and Adaptation Ch. 24 Spirituality Ch. 25 Loss and Grief UNIT VI: RESPONDING TO BASIC PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS Ch. 26 Vital Signs Ch. 27 Physical Assessment Ch. 28 Diagnostic Testing Ch. 29 Safety, Infection Control, and Hygiene Ch. 30 Medication Administration Ch. 31 Complementary/Alternative Modalities Ch. 32 Oxygenation Ch. 33 Fluid and Electrolytes Ch. 34 Nutrition Ch. 35 Comfort and Sleep Ch. 36 Mobility Ch. 37 Skin Integrity and Wound Healing Ch. 38 Sensation, Perception, and Cognition Ch. 39 Elimination Ch. 40 Nursing Care of the Perioperative Client