Managing Risk in Community Practice. Nursing, risk and decision making

  • ID: 3687954
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This book will providean accessible account of the key issues involved in risk assessment and management. It will focus on how nurses make decisions about clients and risk, which are essential to quality, safe nursing care. It will draw extensively on case study material gained through research in this area which the authors have undertaken and was commissioned by the English National Board, and will be likely to form the basis for educational requirements in this area in the future.

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1. Risk in nursing practice: developing and sustaining trust. 2. Risk: empowerment or control? 3. Service users, informal carers and risk. 4. Decision making and risk in individual practice. 5. Risk, decisions and teamwork. Improving the quality of risk management and decision making in practice. 7. Risk, trust and nursing: towards an ethical basis for risk assessment and management in practice. References. Index
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Alaszewski, Andy Professor of Health Studies
Centre for Health Services Studies
University of Kent
Canterbury
UK.
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