By Constance Dahlin, Patrick J. Coyne, Betty R. Ferrell
Advanced perform Palliative Nursing is the 1st textual content dedicated to complex perform nursing care of the heavily in poor health and demise. This accomplished paintings addresses all facets of palliative care together with actual, mental, social, and non secular wishes. Chapters comprise: indicators universal in severe disease, pediatric palliative care, religious and existential concerns, matters round the function and serve as of the complicated perform nurse (APN), compensation, and nursing management on palliative care groups. each one bankruptcy comprises case examples and a powerful facts base to help the very best quality of care. The textual content is written through leaders within the box and comprises authors who've pioneered the position of the complicated perform nurse in palliative care. This quantity deals complex perform content material and sensible assets for medical perform throughout all settings of care and encompassing every age, from pediatrics to geriatrics.
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Nurses should be full partners, with physicians and other health professionals, in redesigning healthcare in the United States. Effective workforce planning and policy making require better data collection and an improved information infrastructure. Specialty Palliative Care Versus Primary Palliative Care The advent of specialty palliative care for advanced practice nursing has delineated primary palliative care and specialty palliative care. Primary palliative care may be provided by all healthcare professionals and includes the management of chronic illness, basic symptom management, communication, and the completion of advance directives.
Advanced Practice Palliative Nursing by Constance Dahlin, Patrick J. Coyne, Betty R. Ferrell