Spinal Cord Injury. Impact and Coping

  • ID: 2246576
  • Book
  • 180 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book is designed primarily to help recently qualified staff and professionals to develop an insight into the implications of spinal cord injury and the role that they play in enabling the patient and their family to tolerate the complex and time consuming process of care and rehabilitation. It will also provide support to those newly injured and their families, helping them to place their own reactions in context.

Explaining the prognosis, rehabilitation, returning to work and sexual functioning are discussed in detail. Suitable for all professionals including doctors and those working in rehabilitation such as nurses, physiotherapists and psychologists.

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1. An introduction to spinal cord injury.

2. Explaining prognosis to patients and relatives.

3. Rehabilitation in a hospital setting.

4. Preparing to return home.

5. Sexuality and sexual functioning.

6. So is it all worthwhile?.

7. Looking forward.

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′In conclusion, this book is a gem. It is full of technical and clinical information , yet continually informed by case vignettes and comment made by individual patients. Buy it now!′

British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers.

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