Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process, and Practice, Volume 1
Prentice Hall Health, 2004 - Medical - 1516 pages
Fundamentals of Nursing, 7/E presents the fundamentals of nursing care within the framework of the nursing process. Hallmark features are a clear and accessible writing style, a focus on practical application with real-world examples and case studies, and an appropriate level of detail for beginners. The book is supported by a state-of-the art technology package to enhance the learning process. Provides the fundamentals of the nature of nursing, contemporary health care, health beliefs and practices, the nursing process, lifespan development issues, integral aspects of nursing, assessing health, and promoting psychosocial health and physiologic health. For Nurses and Health Care Professionals.
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UNITl THE NATURE OF NURSING
Roles and Functions of the Nurse
Nursing Organizations 17 Pf i
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