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Nursing Practice - Knowledge and Care Set

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  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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About Nursing Practice: Knowledge and Care:

The definitive resource to accompany the student throughout the entire pre–registration nursing programme, covering clinical and professional issues in one complete volume. Suitable for students in all fields of nursing, this essential textbook is also supported by an online resource centre for students and lecturers.

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About Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students, 2nd Edition:

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students is a succinct but complete overview of the structure and function of the human body, with clinical applications throughout. Designed specifically for nursing and healthcare students, the new edition of this best–selling textbook provides a user–friendly, straightforward, jargon–free introduction to the subject.

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Nursing Practice: Knowledge and Care

Preface xiv

Acknowledgements xvi

About the Editors xvii

Contributors xviii

How to Use Your Textbook xxii

About the Companion Website xxvi

Unit 1 Contextualising the Art and Science of Nursing 1

1 Nursing: Past, Present and Future 2

2 The Professional Nurse and Contemporary Health Care 25

3 Health Promotion 50

4 Public Health 72

Unit 2 The Elements of Care 91

5 Ethics, the Law and the Nurse 92

6 The Nursing Process 111

7 Models of Nursing 130

Unit 3 The Principles of Care 147

8 The Principles of Safeguarding and Dignity 148

9 The Principles of Older People’s Care 172

10 The Principles of Caring for People with Learning Disabilities and Autism 194

11 The Principles of Caring for Children and Families 212

12 The Principles of Caring for People with Mental Health Problems 238

13 The Principles of Maternity Care 257

14 The Principles of Surgical Care 274

15 The Principles of Cancer Care 293

16 The Principles of Infection Control 313

17 The Principles of Nutrition 336

18 The Principles of Skin Integrity 355

19 The Principles of Medicine Administration and Pharmacology 383

20 The Principles of Death, Dying and Bereavement 409

Unit 4 The Scientific Nature of Disease 437

21 The Cell 438

22 Immunity, Inflammation and Infection 464

23 Pain Management 490

24 Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance, and Shock 516

Unit 5 The Art and Science of Nursing Care 541

25 The Person with a Cardiovascular Disorder 542

26 The Person with a Haematological Disorder 569

27 The Person with a Respiratory Disorder 595

28 The Person with a Gastrointestinal Disorder 626

29 The Person with a Urinary Disorder 653

30 The Woman with a Reproductive Disorder 677

31 The Man with a Reproductive Disorder 709

32 The Person with a Sexually Transmitted Infection 740

33 The Person with an Endocrine Disorder 763

34 The Person with a Neurological Disorder 793

35 The Person with an Ear or Eye Disorder 845

36 The Person with a Musculoskeletal Disorder 876

37 The Person with a Skin Disorder 908

Appendix A Reference Values in Venous Serum (Adults) 932

Appendix B List of Units 935

Index 936

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology: For Nursing and Healthcare Students, 2nd Edition

Contributors xx

Acknowledgements xxii

Preface xxiii

Prefixes, suffixes xxvii

How to use your textbook xli

About the companion website xlii

Chapter 1 Basic scientific principles of physiology 1Peter S Vickers

Chapter 2 Cells, cellular compartments, transport systems, fluid movement between compartments 29Muralitharan Nair

Chapter 3 Genetics 61Peter S Vickers

Chapter 4 Tissue 95Anthony Wheeldon

Chapter 5 The skeletal system 121Ian Peate

Chapter 6 The muscular system 153Janet G Migliozzi

Chapter 7 Circulatory system 185Muralitharan Nair

Chapter 8 The cardiac system 223Carl Clare

Chapter 9 The digestive system 257Louise McErlean

Chapter 10 The renal system 299Muralitharan Nair

Chapter 11 The respiratory system 333Anthony Wheeldon

Chapter 12 The reproductive systems 371Ian Peate

Chapter 13 The nervous system 403Louise McErlean and Janet G Migliozzi

Chapter 14 The senses 439Carl Clare

Chapter 15 The endocrine system 479Carl Clare

Chapter 16 The immune systemPeter S Vickers

Chapter 17 The skin 551Ian Peate

Normal values 575

Answers 579

Index 603

The Research Process in Nursing, 7th Edition

Contributors xiii

Introduction to the 7th Edition xvii

About the Companion Website xx

Section 1 Setting the Scene

Chapter 1 Research and Development in Nursing 3Kate Gerrish

Chapter 2 The Research Process 15Anne Lacey

Chapter 3 Research Ethics 31Martin Johnson and Tony Long

Chapter 4 User Involvement in Research 43Janey Speers and Judith Lathlean

Chapter 5 Research for a Multiethnic Society 57Sarah Salway and George T.H. Ellison

Chapter 6 Digital Technologies in Research 71Susie Macfarlane and Tracey Bucknall

Section 2 Preparing the Ground

Chapter 7 Finding the Evidence 89Claire Beecroft, Andrew Booth and Angie Rees

Chapter 8 Critical Appraisal of the Evidence 105Angie Rees, Claire Beecroft and Andrew Booth

Chapter 9 Preparing a Research Proposal 119Julie Taylor

Chapter 10 Planning and Managing a Research Project 131Carol A. Haigh

Chapter 11 Gaining Access to the Research Site 143Leslie Gelling

Section 3 Choosing the Right Approach

Chapter 12 The Quantitative–Qualitative Continuum 159Annie Topping

Chapter 13 Sampling 173Katherine Hunt and Judith Lathlean

Chapter 14 Grounded Theory 185Immy Holloway and Kathleen T. Galvin

Chapter 15 Ethnography 199Immy Holloway and Kathleen T. Galvin

Chapter 16 Phenomenological Research 211Kathleen T. Galvin and Immy Holloway

Chapter 17 Narrative Research 225Dawn Freshwater and Immy Holloway

Chapter 18 Experimental Research 237Andrea E. Nelson, Jo Dumville and David Torgerson

Chapter 19 Surveys 255Felicity Hasson, Hugh McKenna nad Sinead Keeney

Chapter 20 The Delphi Technique 267Sinead Keeney

Chapter 21 Case Study Research 279Charlotte Clarke, Jan Reed and Sarah E. Keyes

Chapter 22 Evaluation Research 291Judith Lathlean

Chapter 23 Action Research 303Julienne Meyer and Julie Cooper

Chapter 24 Practitioner Research 319Bridie Kent

Chapter 25 Systematic Reviews and Evidence Syntheses 333Andrew Booth, Angie Rees and Claire Beecroft

Chapter 26 Realist Synthesis 353Jo Rycroft–Malone, Brendan McCormack, Kara DeCorby and Alison M. Hutchinson

Chapter 27 Mixed Methods Research 371Joanne Turnbull and Judith Lathlean

Section 4 Collecting Data

Chapter 28 Interviewing 387Angela Tod

Chapter 29 Focus Groups 401Claire Goodman and Catherine Evans

Chapter 30 Questionnaire Design 413Martyn Jones and Janice Rattray

Chapter 31 Observation 427Jo Booth

Chapter 32 Think Aloud Technique 441Tracey Bucknall and Leanne M. Aitken

Chapter 33 Outcome Measures 455Peter Griffiths and Anne Marie Rafferty

Section 5 Making Sense of Data

Chapter 34 Qualitative Analysis 471Judith Lathlean

Chapter 35 Descriptive Analysis of Quantitative Data 489Stephen J. Walters and Jenny Freeman

Chapter 36 Examining Relationships in Quantitative Data 505Jenny Freeman and Stephen J. Walters

Section 6 Putting Research into Practice

Chapter 37 Disseminating Research Findings 527Kate Gerrish

Chapter 38 Evidence–Based Practive 541Kate Gerrish

Chapter 39 Translating Research Findings into Practice 555Kate Gerrish

Chapter 40 Future Trends in Nursing Research 571Kate Gerrish and Judith Lathlean

Glossary 583

Index 591

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