Into the Community: Nursing in Ambulatory and Home Care
This superior resource will help you understand the current practice of community health nursing; address legal, ethical, cultural, and financial issues; promote health education and preventive care for families; explore the role of community mental health nursing; improve geriatric ambulatory nursing care; and more. Plus, the features that effectively help you focus your study: "The Nurse Speaks" sections offer a personal glimpse into the community-based nurse's role and illustrate the differences between in-hospital and community-based care; Clinical Applications offer pertinent case studies that apply theory to practice; "Stop and Think" questions provide opportunities for critical thinking and promote problem solving; Learning Objectives, Key Terms, and Chapter Summaries set goals, identify essential concepts, and enhance learning; References and Additional Readings lead the way to further investigation; useful appendices address timely topics such as Death and Dying Customs Among Religious Groups in the U.S. and promote cultural sensitivity; and helpful glossary highlights need-to-know terms.
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