Caring for Older People: Developing Specialist Practice
1 Jan 1997
Addressing elderly nursing care in the hospital, community and residential home settings, this text views the nurse as the pivot for patient assessment. Nurses are responsible for identifying adaptation and rehabilitation needs, as well as the criteria for supportive intervention. It includes a broad range of research-based material covering aspects such as quality of life, impairment, mobility, sexuality, nutrition, pain, and legal and ethical issues. Recognizing that the goals of the older person are concentrated on independence, the book adopts an interprofessional approach, and includes up-to-date research.
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