- Filename: pediatric-nursing.
- ISBN: 9780803643949
- Release Date: 2014-09-12
- Number of pages: 576
- Author: Margot R De Sevo
- Publisher: F.A. Davis
This volume in the Content Review Plus Practice Series polishes your knowledge of pediatric nursing while sharpening your critical thinking and test-taking skills. Each chapter offers a concise, yet comprehensive review of the topic, followed by NCLEX-style questions in both multiple-choice and alternate-item formats. Rationales for both correct and incorrect answers, as well as test-taking tips, explain how to apply critical thinking to the question types—great preparation for classroom exams and the NCLEX-RN® Exam.
- Filename: nclex-rn-psychiatric-nursing-made-incredibly-easy.
- ISBN: 1451108176
- Release Date: 2010-08-12
- Number of pages: 292
- Author: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
NCLEX-RN® Psychiatric Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! is really two books in one: a comprehensive review of psychiatric nursing for the NCLEX exam, plus a question and answer review with over 600 study questions and rationales that follow the most recent NCLEX test plan. This subject-focused study resource provides solid clinical information and detailed rationales using the Incredibly Easy! approach to learning, which breaks down complex concepts and provides unique memory aids that encourage knowledge retention. This affordable resource also offers psychiatric nursing study questions, following the same organization as the review text, and contains special sections on the exam structure, studying and test-taking tips, and information to help international students and graduate nurses pass the NCLEX. Special features include: Subject-focused content review plus more than 600 review questions, including alternate format questions Graphics, visuals, memory joggers, and other Incredibly Easy! features reinforce key concepts Complete answers, rationales, client needs, cognitive levels, and nursing process for all questions Two chapters present information on NCLEX® exam structure and test-taking strategies
- Filename: ethics-and-issues-in-contemporary-nursing.
- ISBN: 9781133129165
- Release Date: 2013-06-05
- Number of pages: 576
- Author: Margaret Burkhardt
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
Today’s nurses face a multitude of legal and ethical dilemmas that fall outside the scope of clinical and medical training. Practical and thought provoking, ETHICS & ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY NURSING, 4th Edition examines the latest trends, principles, theories, and models in patient care to help you make ethically sound decisions in complex and often controversial situations. Acknowledging an ever-expanding global society, compelling examples are presented from national and international headlines that invite readers to explore the cases in light of socio-cultural influences, personal values, and professional ethics. Historical examples demonstrate how to think critically through various problems while upholding moral and professional standards, as well as the law. Key topics include patient advocacy and rights, diversity, medication error prevention, health care information management, portability and accountability, and health care reform. In addition to in-book learning features like analysis problems, review questions, sample forms, and appendices, ETHICS & ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY NURSING, 4th Edition offers supplemental, interactive tools to challenge you further, and prepare you for morally sound behavior in any health care setting. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
- Filename: community-and-public-health-nursing-international-edition.
- ISBN: 1496308883
- Release Date: 2015-02-26
- Number of pages: 658
- Author: Gail A. Harkness
Develop the critical thinking skills and complex reasoning abilities you need to make connections between data and community and public health practice decisions with Community and Public Health Nursing, 2nd Edition. Succinct, manageable, and logically organized, the book focuses on the individual in the context of the community setting and on the global community, reflecting increasingly global healthcare concerns, Principles of epidemiology and basic biostatistics are integrated with core principles of community and public health nursing to provide both the methods and the knowledge you need to gather, analyze, and evaluate data as evidence for community health practice decisions. Case studies in every chapter give you an opportunity to apply community health concepts to real life scenarios, stimulating your critical thinking and analytic skills. Coverage of health and cultural disparities, including ways to modify health care delivery systems to meet specific needs, is reflected in case studies, practice concerns, and evidence-for-practice examples. Concrete examples that present the scientific basis for nursing practice help you interpret and apply statistical data. Practice Points highlight essential facts relevant to evidence-based practice. Chapter Highlights provide brief outlines of the content, allowing you to read with a purpose. Boldface Key Terms define essential concepts and terminology. Objectives list the observable changes expected when you complete the chapter. Chapter-ending Key Concepts summarize the chapter's important concepts and are ideal for review Evidence-for-Practice Briefs provide examples of objective evidence obtained from research studies that provide direction for practice. Student Perspectives showcase stories from nursing students who share their own experiences and reflections. Critical Thinking questions in every chapter require you to combine research, context, and judgment in your answers. Healthy People 2020 information includes national and state activities and goals that reflect the national Healthy People 2020 objectives. Community Resources sections list sources of help or information that are available in most communities. Ethical/Legal Issuevignettes demonstrate unique ethical and legal concerns in community and public health nursing. "How to" boxes provide the specific steps involved in completing important tasks. Levels of Prevention boxes provide examples of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of disease and illness.
- Filename: medical-surgical-nursing.
- ISBN: 0133083608
- Release Date: 2014
- Number of pages: 660
- Author: MaryAnn Hogan
- Publisher: Prentice Hall
"Aligned to the 2013 NCLEX-RN Test Plan"--Cover.
- Filename: saunders-canadian-comprehensive-review-for-the-nclex-rn.
- ISBN: 9781771720649
- Release Date: 2016-09
- Number of pages:
- Author: Linda Anne Silvestri
- Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Now there's a Canadian edition of the book that is often called the 'the best NCLEX(R) exam review book ever! Saunders Canadian Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN(R) Examination provides everything your students need to prepare for the NCLEX exam -- complete content review and over 5,100 NCLEX examination-style questions in the book and online. This is the first edition to put the NCLEX-RN(R) exam in a Canadian context. An Evolve companion website includes instructor resources that make it easy to integrate this book into any course, along with detailed feedback and assessment for your students' work. Don't make the mistake of assuming the quality of the questions is the same in all NCLEX exam review books, because only this book includes the kind of questions that consistently test the critical thinking skills necessary to pass today's NCLEX exam. Even better, all answers include detailed rationales to help students learn from their answer choices, as well as test-taking strategies with tips on how to best approach each question. Written by the most trusted name in NCLEX review, Linda Anne Silvestri, and featuring special resources to help Canadian students succeed, this is THE book of choice for NCLEX preparation. Read any customer review or ask your colleagues to see why there's nothing else like it!
- Filename: psychiatric-nursing-made-incredibly-easy.
- ISBN: 1582552703
- Release Date: 2003
- Number of pages: 566
- Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
CD: 1,000 review questions for nursing students and practicing nurses who are seeking advanced certification in psychiatric nursing.
- Filename: pharmacology-for-nurses.
- ISBN: 0134658779
- Release Date: 2017-03-13
- Number of pages:
- Author: Michael Patrick Adams
- Filename: prolactin-physiology-and-clinical-significance.
- ISBN: 9789401096959
- Release Date: 2012-12-06
- Number of pages: 239
- Author: D.F. Horrobin
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
I first became interested in prolactin a little over two years ago. I was then working in Nairobi and I knew nothing about the hormone apart from its role in lactation. Professor Mohammed Hyder of the Department of Zoology in the University of Nairobi was interested in the endocrine mechanisms which enable Tilapia fish to adapt to water with a very high electrolyte content. He invited me to a seminar given by Professor Howard Bern which was largely concerned with the role prolactin plays in fluid and electrolyte balance in sub-mammalian vertebrates. This inspired me to begin a programme of research into the roles prolactin plays in man and other animals. Very few physiologists or clinicians seem aware of the multifarious effects of prolactin in mammals. This book therefore aims to give a comprehensive account of the mammalian physiology of prolactin and to make suggestions about its possible role in diseases ranging from cancer to mental illness. The two subjects which have been previously widely covered, the roles of prolactin in lactation and in rat mammary cancer, are presented relatively briefly though with a full list of references. Other subjects are dealt with more extenSively and I hope that many research workers and clinicians may find the book helpful.
- Filename: preventing-mental-emotional-and-behavioral-disorders-among-young-people.
- ISBN: 0309144582
- Release Date: 2009-08-26
- Number of pages: 592
- Author: Institute of Medicine
- Publisher: National Academies Press
Mental health and substance use disorders among children, youth, and young adults are major threats to the health and well-being of younger populations which often carryover into adulthood. The costs of treatment for mental health and addictive disorders, which create an enormous burden on the affected individuals, their families, and society, have stimulated increasing interest in prevention practices that can impede the onset or reduce the severity of the disorders. Prevention practices have emerged in a variety of settings, including programs for selected at-risk populations (such as children and youth in the child welfare system), school-based interventions, interventions in primary care settings, and community services designed to address a broad array of mental health needs and populations. Preventing Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders Among Young People updates a 1994 Institute of Medicine book, Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders, focusing special attention on the research base and program experience with younger populations that have emerged since that time. Researchers, such as those involved in prevention science, mental health, education, substance abuse, juvenile justice, health, child and youth development, as well as policy makers involved in state and local mental health, substance abuse, welfare, education, and justice will depend on this updated information on the status of research and suggested directions for the field of mental health and prevention of disorders.
- Filename: child-health-nursing.
- ISBN: PSU:000049108514
- Release Date: 2002-01
- Number of pages: 426
- Author: Mary A. Hogan
This study guide for NCLEX-RN licensing exam preparation reviews pediatric growth and development, and care of the child with respiratory, cardiac, neurological, renal, gastrointestinal, and musculoskeletal problems. Each of the 15 chapters provides a glossary of key terms, a pretest, open-ended questions to stimulate critical thinking, a case stud
- Filename: handbook-of-critical-psychology.
- ISBN: 9781317537182
- Release Date: 2015-04-17
- Number of pages: 494
- Author: Ian Parker
- Publisher: Routledge
Critical psychology has developed over time from different standpoints, and in different cultural contexts, embracing a variety of perspectives. This cutting-edge and comprehensive handbook values and reflects this diversity of approaches to critical psychology today, providing a definitive state-of-the-art account of the field and an opening to the lines of argument that will take it forward in the years to come. The individual chapters by leading and emerging scholars plot the development of a critical perspective on different elements of the host discipline of psychology. The book begins by systematically addressing each separate specialist area of psychology, before going on to consider how aspects of critical psychology transcend the divisions that mark the discipline. The final part of the volume explores the variety of cultural and political standpoints that have made critical psychology such a vibrant contested terrain of debate. The Handbook of Critical Psychology represents a key resource for researchers and practitioners across all relevant disciplines. It will be of particular interest to students and researchers in psychology, psychosocial studies, sociology, social anthropology and cultural studies, and to discourse analysts of different traditions, including those in critical linguistics and political theory.
- Filename: source-control.
- ISBN: 9783642559143
- Release Date: 2013-11-11
- Number of pages: 468
- Author: Moshe Schein
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Source control is the key to the management of surgical infections. Surgical decision making is based on the marriage of evidence from clinical studies, inferences from biology, and the elusive component of surgical experience; this book combines these three elements. We have recruited an international group of authors who are acknowledged leaders in the field of surgical infectious diseases. We have challenged them to integrate evidence with experience and an understanding of biology so as to create overviews that will help the clinician who must make the difficult decisions. And we have kept them honest by asking a second group of equally eminent commentators to provide supporting or alternative views - in essence, to recreate the kind of dialogue that takes place between clinicians discussing a difficult problem. This is THE manual for the authoritative management of surgical infections!
- Filename: pearson-reviews-and-rationales.
- ISBN: 0134376323
- Release Date: 2017-01-02
- Number of pages: 1392
- Author: Mary Ann Hogan
- Publisher: Hogan, Pearson Reviews & Ratio
The Ultimate NCLEX-RN � Exam Preparation Guide! New and updated, the Third Edition of the best-selling Pearson Reviews & Rationales: Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN� offers a comprehensive outline review of the essential content areas tested on the NCLEX�-RN� exam, including critical areas such as management, delegation, leadership, decision�-making, pharmacology, and emergency care. These topics are incorporated throughout, with ample practice questions that simulate actual difficulty levels on the NCLEX�-RN� exam. Organized by the Categories of Client Needs, each unit represents one of the Categories of Client Needs and contains chapters that integrate concepts from across the nursing curriculum, providing a uniquely synthesized approach to preparing for the real exam. The Third Edition provides students with access to Pearson Test Prep-a new web-based application that enables students to practice for the NCLEX anytime and anywhere using their smartphone, tablet, or computer. Pearson Test Prep includes all 1,600 questions from the book, plus an additional 4,000 questions, and features all NCLEX-style question formats. Students can customize their practice experience to focus on specific topics, question types, and areas of difficulty, or simulate a realistic NCLEX-RN� exam. Detailed reporting features help students identify and focus on improving the areas where they need the most attention so they arrive prepared and confident on test day. NOTE: Used books, rentals, and purchases made outside of Pearson Each new book includes an access code valid for one redemption to Pearson Test Prep. If purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson, the access codes for the Pearson Test Prep may not be included or may be previously redeemed. Check with the seller before completing your purchase.
- Filename: clinical-guide-to-cardiac-autonomic-tests.
- ISBN: 9789401710572
- Release Date: 2013-04-17
- Number of pages: 424
- Author: M. Malik
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Following systematic development of technical aspects and physiological understanding, and clinical applicability of cardiac autonomic testing, this book provides a detailed guide to performing individual autonomic tests in both research and clinical settings. The book is structured in three parts covering the physiological background of cardiac autonomic regulations, description of technology and interpretation of individual autonomic tests, and applicability of the individual tests under various clinical circumstances and in defined populations of patients. The book is intended to serve both research and clinical cardiologists as well as research and clinical specialists of other medical fields who use the assessment of cardiac modulations to investigate the autonomic nervous system.