Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning, Volume 2, 3rd edition

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Overview

Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning provides all of the core content and materials needed for a concept-based program that prepares you for nursing practice.

Published by Pearson (September 18th 2020) - Copyright © 2019

ISBN-13: 9780136873471

Subject: Concept-Based Nursing

Category: Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning, Volume 2

Table of contents

Table of Contents

PART II: PSYCHOSOCIAL MODULES

  • Module 22: Addiction
    • The Concept of Addiction
    • 22.A Alcohol Abuse
    • 22.B Nicotine Use
    • 22.C Substance Abuse
  • Module 23: Cognition
    • The Concept of Cognition
    • 23.A Alzheimer Disease
    • 23.B Delirium
    • 23.C Schizophrenia
  • Module 24: Culture and Diversity
    • The Concept of Culture and Diversity
  • Module 25: Development
    • The Concept of Development
    • 25.A Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
    • 25.B Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • 25.C Cerebral Palsy
    • 25.D Failure to Thrive
  • Module 26: Family
    • The Concept of Family
    • 26.A Family Response to Health Alterations
  • Module 27: Grief and Loss
    • The Concept of Grief and Loss
  • Module 28: Mood and Affect
    • The Concept of Mood and Affect
    • 28.A Depression
    • 28.B Bipolar Disorders
    • 28.C Postpartum Depression
    • 28.D Suicide
  • Module 29: Self
    • The Concept of Self
    • 29.A Feeding and Eating Disorders
    • 29.B Personality Disorders
  • Module 30: Spirituality
    • The Concept of Spirituality
    • 30.A Spiritual Distress
    • 30.B Religion
  • Module 31: Stress and Coping
    • The Concept of Stress and Coping
    • 31.A Anxiety Disorders
    • 31.B Crisis
    • 31.C Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Module 32: Trauma
    • The Concept of Trauma
    • 32.A Abuse
    • 32.B Multisystem Trauma
    • 32.C Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    • 32.D Rape and Rape-Trauma Syndrome

PART III: REPRODUCTION MODULE

  • Module 33: Reproduction
    • The Concept of Reproduction
    • 33.A Antepartum Care
    • 33.B Intrapartum Care
    • 33.C Postpartum Care
    • 33.D Newborn Care
    • 33.E Prematurity

PART IV: NURSING DOMAIN

  • Module 34: Assessment
    • The Concept of Assessment
  • Module 35: Caring Interventions
    • The Concept of Caring Interventions
  • Module 36: Clinical Decision Making
    • The Concept of Clinical Decision Making
    • 36.A The Nursing Process
    • 36.B The Nursing Plan of Care
    • 36.C Prioritizing Care
  • Module 37: Collaboration
    • The Concept of Collaboration
  • Module 38: Communication
    • The Concept of Communication
    • 38.A Groups and Group Communication
    • 38.B Therapeutic Communication
    • 38.C Documentation
    • 38.D Reporting
  • Module 39: Managing Care
    • The Concept of Managing Care
    • 39.A Case Management
    • 39.B Cost-Effective Care
    • 39.C Delegation
    • 39.D Leadership and Management
  • Module 40: Professionalism
    • The Concept of Professionalism
    • 40.A Commitment to Profession
    • 40.B Work Ethic
  • Module 41: Teaching and Learning
    • The Concept of Teaching and Learning
    • 41.A Patient/Consumer Education

PART V: HEALTHCARE DOMAIN

  • Module 42: Accountability
    • The Concept of Accountability
    • 42.A Competence
    • 42.B Professional Development
  • Module 43: Advocacy
    • The Concept of Advocacy
    • 43.A Environmental Quality
  • Module 44: Ethics
    • The Concept of Ethics
    • 44.A Morality
    • 44.B Ethical Dilemmas
    • 44.C Patient Rights
  • Module 45: Evidence-Based Practice
    • The Concept of Evidence-Based Practice
  • Module 46: Healthcare Systems
    • The Concept of Healthcare Systems
    • 46.A Emergency Preparedness
  • Module 47: Health Policy
    • The Concept of Health Policy
  • Module 48: Informatics
    • The Concept of Informatics
    • 48.A Clinical Decision Support Systems
    • 48.B Individual Information at Point of Care
  • Module 49: Legal Issues
    • The Concept of Legal Issues
    • 49.A Nurse Practice Acts
    • 49.B Advance Directives
    • 49.C Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    • 49.D Mandatory Reporting
    • 49.E Risk Management
  • Module 50: Quality Improvement
    • The Concept of Quality Improvement
  • Module 51: Safety
    • The Concept of Safety
    • 51.A Health Promotion and Injury Prevention Across the Lifespan
    • 51.B Patient Safety
    • 51.C Nurse Safety

Appendix A: NANDA-Approved Nursing Diagnoses 2015 — 2017

Appendix B: Diagnostic Values and Laboratory Tests (available in Pearson MyLab and eText)

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