Nursing for Wellness in Older Adults, Australian and New Zealand Edition
2, Australian and New Zealand Edition
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
9 Jul 2015
Nursing for Wellness in Older Adults offers a comprehensive wellness approach in caring for older adults that deals with both the physiological and the psychosocial aspects of ageing. This how-to-guide provides nursing students with learning materials to assist them with developing their knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes that are aligned with older–person-centred care and which emphasise wellness outcomes and support healthy ageing.
The second edition has 29 chapters, organised into five parts. Chapters in Parts 1 and 2 introduce topics relevant
to ageing, wellness, older adults, and the role of nurses in promoting wellness in older adults. Chapters in Parts 3 and 4 are organised around the Functional Consequences Theory of Nursing Older Adults, so each facet of physiological or psycho-social function is presented according to age-related changes, risk factors, functional consequences, nursing assessment, nursing issues, wellness outcomes, nursing interventions and the evaluation of nursing care. The three chapters in Part 5 help nurses provide holistic care for older adults during illness.