Chronic Care Nursing
A Framework for Practice
- Linda Deravin, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, New South Wales
- Judith Anderson, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, New South Wales
Chronic conditions have a substantial impact on life and health care. Health systems need to adapt to address these shifting health priorities, while nurses require specialised skills to implement changes and create better client outcomes. Chronic Care Nursing: A Framework for Practice provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of the role of the nurse in managing chronic conditions across a variety of settings in Australia and New Zealand. The first part of the book outlines two essential approaches to chronic care management - the Chronic Care Model and the World Health Organization's Innovative Care for Chronic Conditions Framework - while the second part covers key conditions within chronic care nursing. The second edition has been fully updated to include the latest research, and features new chapters covering self-management and empowerment; living with mental health issues; chronic bowel conditions; and eye, ear and dental health.Read more
- Presents a narrative-style, person-centred approach to chronic care nursing
- Includes reflection questions, case examples and review and research questions to help students engage with and understand the content
- Written by an expert team of practising nurses and academics
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: May 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108757973
- contains: 35 b/w illus. 23 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
Part I. Frameworks for Chronic Care Management:
1. Frameworks for chronic care management Judith Anderson, Linda Deravin and Karen Francis
2. Implementing the macro level of the ICCCF Linda Deravin, Karen Francis and Judith Anderson
3. Implementing the meso level of the ICCCF Karen Francis, Judith Anderson and Linda Deravin
4. Implementing the micro level of the ICCCF Judith Anderson, Linda Deravin and Kathryn Anderson
5. The Australian and New Zealand health care systems Maureen Miles and Karen Francis
6. Self-management and empowerment Michelle Baird, Sally Bristow and Amanda Moses
Part II. Nursing Care of Clients with Chronic Conditions:
7. Cancer control Kylie Ash, Kate Cameron, Tracey Doherty and Marion Eckert
8. Chronic cardiovascular conditions Amali Hohol, Michelle Baird and Melissa Johnston
9. Injury prevention Linda Deravin, Sally-Anne Wherry and Judith Anderson
10. Living with mental health issues Rhonda Brown, Denise McGarry, Kathryn Kent, Maureen Miles and Michelle Francis
11. Diabetes mellitus Julia Gilbert and Ysanne Chapman
12. Chronic respiratory conditions (asthma, COPD and bronchiectasis) Michelle Baird, Amanda Moses and Maria Davies
13. Arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions Amanda Stott and Louise Wells
14. Chronic obesity Amali Hohol, Julia Gilbert and Melissa Johnston
15. Dementia care Julia Gilbert and Lyn Croxon
16. Chronic kidney disease Melissa Arnold-Chamney, Maryanne Podham and Judith Anderson
17. Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis Sally-Anne Wherry and Marguerite Bramble
18. Chronic bowel conditions Maryanne Podham, Judith Anderson and Patience Moyo
19. Eye, ear and dental health Linda Deravin, Jennifer Manning and Judith Anderson
20. Disability Sally Bristow and Alison Devitt
21. End of life care Linda Deravin, Lyn Croxon, Mooreen Macleay and Judith Anderson.
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