The new edition provides students with the knowledge and skills to ensure safe, quality care across a range of healthcare settings. Delivery of person-centred care, critical thinking, quality clinical decision making and application of skills remain central to the text to reflect the current context and scope of practice for Enrolled Nurses.
The companion skills workbook, Essential Enrolled Nursing Skills for Person-Centred Care 2nd edition, guides students through the evidence based, practical skills they will need to go on to work as valued members of the healthcare team.
- Aligned to current standards including the NMBA Decision Making Framework (2020), the Enrolled Nurse Standards for Practice (2016) and the National Safety & Quality Health Services Standards (2018)- Clinical skills videos provide visual support for learners- An eBook included in all print purchases- A new focus on nursing informatics across the text and workbook prepares students for the requirements of digital health and changing health care environments- Supported by Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing Tabbner's Nursing Care 8th edition
Tabbner's Nursing care: Theory and Practice, 8th Edition
Volume 1 Unit 1 - The evolution of the nursing profession Unit 2 - The contemporary healthcare environment Unit 3 - Health beliefs, cultural diversity and safety Unit 4 - Nursing care throughout the life span Unit 5 - Critical thinking and reflective practice Unit 6 - Health Assessment Unit 7 - Basic health care needs
Volume 2 Unit 8 - Health promotion and psychosocial and physiological nursing care Unit 9 - Healthcare in specialised practice areas
Essential Enrolled Nursing Skills for Person-Centred Care, 2nd Edition
1. Nursing informatics and technology in healthcare 2. Health Information: Nursing Documentation and Clinical Handover 3. Understanding and Promoting Health 4. Health Assessment Frameworks: Initial and Ongoing 5. Vital Sign Assessment 6. Admission, Transfer and Discharge Processes 7. Infection Prevention and Control 8. Maintenance of Health: Hygiene and Comfort Care 9. Medication Administration and Monitoring 10. Nursing Care of an Individual: Cardiovascular and Respiratory 11. Nursing Care of an Individual: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis 12. Promotion of Health and Wellbeing: Movement and Exercise 13. Maintaining and Promoting Skin Integrity and Wound Care 14. Promotion of Health and Wellbeing: Nutrition 15. Nursing Care: Urinary Elimination and Continence 16. Nursing Care: Bowel Elimination and Continence 17. Nursing Assessment and Management of Sensory Health 18. Nursing Assessment and Management of Neurological Health 19. Nursing Assessment and Management of Endocrine Health 20. Nursing in the Acute Care Environment 21. Nursing in the Perioperative Care Environment 22. Nursing in the Emergency Care Environment
Kate Stainton Teacher, Ageing, Disabilities & Nursing, TAFE NSW Hunter Institute, Newcastle; RN/RM, Newcastle Private Hospital, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.