Prison Nursing

  • ID: 2249638
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The benefits of having skilled nurses working in prisons have been noted in various Government reports over the past few years. This book is the first applied specifically to nurses working in prisons and reflects the particular skills needed to be a prison nurse. The environment is radically different to other health care settings and the nurse–patient relationship and its boundaries are of paramount importance.

Here is a book covering the range of professional issues in prison nursing with contributions from experts in the field. Coverage includes the role of the nurse in prison health care, policy development, the dynamics of prison culture, legalities affecting nurses working in prisons, quality issues, and educational developments within the field.

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Acknowledgements.

Contributors.

Abbreviations.

Preface.

The Context of Prison Nursing (Rhoda McCausland and Alan A. Parrish).

The Role of the Nurse in Prison Healthcare (Anne E. Norman and Alan A. Parrish).

Prison Health: Policy Development (Lindsay Bates and Les Storey).

Understanding and Changing the Dynamics of the Prison Culture (Sally Thomson and Alan A. Parrish).

Enhancing Practice through Education (Sally Thomson).

Educational Developments of the Nursing Team (Les Storey).

Legal Issues for Professional Practice (Maddie Blackburn).

Quality Healthcare: A Governor s Perspective (Rannoch Daly).

A Reflective View (Stephen Gannon).

Index

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Ann E. Norman
Alan A. Parrish
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