Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice and Research
OverviewThe purpose of Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice, and Research, 2nd Edition is to provide a foundation in the concepts of family health care nursing and to learn how these concepts and theories are practiced in the traditional specialties within the nursing profession. It is appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate students who need a foundation in family health care nursing.-- A comprehensive overview of family nursing that links family theory and research to clinical implementation in such practice areas as gerontology, maternity, pediatrics, med/surg, and mental health-- Encompasses broad definitions of families, including nuclear, cohabitating individuals, single parents, blended, gay, as well as cultural differences-- Clinical case studies illustrate intervention and health promotion for the family as a client in a variety of settings-- Chapter pedagogy includes introduction, outline, objectives, summary, study questions, references, and bibliography-- "Highlighting Current Research" tool appears in appropriate chapters-- New chapter on family nursing research
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