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Breast Cancer Nursing Care And Management

Author : Victoria Harmer
ISBN : 9781405198660
Genre : Medical
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It gives up-to-date evidence-based information and practical advice on nursing care throughout diagnosis, treatment, recovery and end-of-life care. --from publisher description.

Breast Cancer Nursing

Author : Sylvia Denton
ISBN : 9781489933881
Genre : Medical
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In recent years, an expanding body of research evidence has begun to high light the value of nursing care. This evidence confirms what nurses have known for many years - that nursing care helps more patients to get better quicker. Patients value nurses as those members of the health care team that make them feel 'human' and ensure that their treatment is not more of an ordeal than their illness. The research also shows that nursing care is value for money. For the 29000 women who are diagnosed with breast cancer annuaIly, the value of nursing is self evident. Every woman should have access to the care, expertise and support of a breast care nurse. Nursing care is changing. Patients are rightly more informed about different treatment options and more assertive in seeking high quality services. They are much more likely to be aware that breast care nurses have a special service to offer and they are very likely to want help and support at horne as weIl as or instead of in hospital., The outreach work of breast care nurses provides a model for many other patient services where people need continuous support from before diagnosis, through diagnosis, surgery or treatment, to after care, rehabilitation and monitoring.

Cancer Nursing

Author : Jessica Corner
ISBN : 9781444309256
Genre : Medical
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The needs of cancer patients and their families are complex. Yetstill more complex are the powerful social and cultural forces thatshape the delivery of cancer care, and the way in which itexperienced. Cancer Nursing: Care in Context addresses this byadopting a unique approach that situates cancer care in the contextof society's attitudes to the disease, and the broader every-dayneeds of both patients and their carers. By combiningevidenced-based information, a critical view of care and treatment,and 'first-hand accounts' of having cancer and caring for peoplewith cancer, the book provides a new perspective how best todeliver the care that patients truly require. This second edition includes new chapters on prevention, diagnosis,symptoms, self-help and self-management, and living with cancerlong-term. It also: * Addresses significant changes in cancer care, including expansionof nursing roles, the establishment of cancer networks and cancercollaborative projects * Considers NICE guidance on Supportive and Palliative care * Incorporates material on prevention and early detection * Includes evidence tables based on relevant literature Cancer Nursing: Care in Context is an invaluable resource for allthose involved in the provision of cancer care and support topatients and their families.

Nursing Patients With Cancer

Author : Nora Kearney
ISBN : 9780443072888
Genre : Medical
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"Nursing Patients with Cancer: Principles and Practice is a major new text: a comprehensive evidence-based source book that provides a detailed foundation for adult cancer nursing. It explains the essential social and scientific basis of modern cancer management, and equips nurses with the key skills and knowledge required to work in cancer care teams. The content is based upon assessment and intervention of patient and family needs, and aims to prepare nurses to work with cancer patients and their families across a range of settings." -back cover.

Oncology Nursing Care Plans

Author : Danielle Gale
ISBN : 1569300046
Genre : Medical
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This text provides essential nursing care plans for all major oncologic conditions based on NIC. It includes pathology flow sheets for easy understanding of the development of each condition. It is organized by body system and includes information on anatomy and physiology.

Oncology Nursing In The Ambulatory Setting

Author : Patricia Corcoran Buchsel
ISBN : 0763714747
Genre : Medical
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This book provides the very lastest in position statements, and new, forward-thinking in administrative strategies. Addresses fiscal management of outpatient cancer centers, including financial systems models, use of CPT codes, cost effectivness and clinical applications of evidence-based practice guidelines.

Cancer Nursing

Author : Connie Henke Yarbro
ISBN : 0763747203
Genre : Medical
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Rapid changes in oncology necessitate a comprehensive, up-to-date reference for oncology nurses. For seventeen years, best-selling Cancer Nursing: Principles and Practice has filled this need, supplying oncology nurses with cutting-edge, current information. Now, in its Sixth Edition, Cancer Nursing reflects the constantly shifting progress in the science of oncology, as well as emerging new therapies, new treatment modalities, the latest results from clinical trials, updates on new chemotherapeutic agents and targeted therapies, and new perspectives on supportive care.

201 Careers In Nursing

Author : Mitch Earleywine, PhD
ISBN : 9780826133830
Genre : Medical
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Few professions have evolved as much as nursing has, or offer as much variety, opportunity for growth, and potential for great personal and professional satisfaction. 201 Careers in Nursing, the new edition significantly expanding, updating and revising 101 Careers in Nursing, is your guide to careers in nursing practice, education, research, and so much more. Comprehensive in scope and for nurses at all levels, each career description includes educational requirements, core competencies, and required skills. Interviews with nurses working in a variety of roles and settings bring to life the breadth of opportunities available to nurses today. Important tips within the book will help when making your career choices, along with compensation range per degree, certification requirements, and earning potential for each career. 201 Careers in Nursing is an essential resource for nurses entering the profession, nurses considering a career change, and counselors facilitating career choices. Key Features: Includes 201 careers, each with career description, educational requirements, core competencies, and requisite skills Reformatted for ease of use Provides compensation range per degree, certification requirements, and earning potential for each career Features interviews with nurses in different careers in academia and practice settings Useful for students and nurses at all levels Sample Careers: Addictions Counselor Military Nurse Childbirth Educator Clinical Research Nurse Family Nurse Practitioner Medical-Surgical Nurse Telehealth Nurse Consultant Cruise Ship/Resort Nurse Disaster/Bioterrorism Nurse Fraud and Abuse Investigator Genetics Counselor Health Policy Analyst/Lobbyist Media Consultant

Ulrich Canale S Nursing Care Planning Guides E Book

Author : Nancy Haugen
ISBN : 9781437717280
Genre : Medical
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Practical and comprehensive, this essential resource helps you plan individualized care for clients in a variety of settings, including acute care, extended care, and home care environments. It features 33 detailed nursing diagnosis care plans and 65 disease/disorder care plans that are keyed to specific expected outcomes and interventions. This book also includes the popular Online Care Planner that allows you to edit and print standardized nursing diagnosis care plans. Offers the most in-depth care plans of any planning book, fostering critical thinking and promoting effective clinical decision-making. 33 separate nursing diagnosis care plans provide detailed interventions with rationales and documentation guidelines for the most common nursing diagnoses. 65 comprehensive care plans serve as a complete reference for the most common disorders in acute care, extended care, and home care settings. Body system organization makes content easy to locate. Nursing/collaborative diagnoses are linked to actions and rationales. Specific points for discharge teaching serve as guidelines for planning client education. A complete discussion of caring for older adult clients and changes that occur with aging helps you understand the unique considerations of caring for this population group. A new care plan format focuses on prioritized nursing interventions, interventions that can be delegated, and documentation criteria, as well as differentiating between independent and collaborative nursing actions. Features 8 new nursing diagnosis care plans on topics such as comfort, confusion, contamination, decision-making, falls/injury, unstable glucose level, risk-prone health behavior, and self-care. Includes 9 new disease/disorder care plans for Abdominal Trauma, Alzheimer’s Disease, Asthma, Enteral Nutrition, Intravenous Conscious Sedation, Internal Radiation Therapy (Brachytherapy), Mechanical Ventilation, Parkinson’s Disease, and Total Parenteral Nutrition. Evidence-based practice content presents the latest research findings and standards of care. Updated NANDA nursing diagnoses, NIC interventions, and NOC outcomes reflect the latest nursing taxonomies. An open, user-friendly design makes it easy to quickly locate essential information. The companion Evolve website features 71 new narrated 3D pathophysiology animations that correspond to disorders content in the text.

Breast Cancer

Author : Sandra Haber
ISBN : UOM:39015033339725
Genre : Medical
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"As the incidence of breast cancer among women has risen there has been a growing need among mental health professionals to understand both the medical and psychological effects of this devastating illness. This volume, originally published by the Division of Independent Practice of the American Psychological Association, is designed to educate as well as involve therapists and counselors in the psychological treatment of patients and their families." "This collaborative venture of 10 women psychologists addresses the emotional responses of patients, families, and caretakers. The contributors also examine the psychological, social, and behavioral factors that may influence cancer morbidity and mortality. This volume is intended for psychologists, psychiatrists, nurse therapists, and other mental health professionals."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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