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This evidence-based textbook guides nursing students in gerontology through the development of appropriate nursing interventions and the evaluation of treatment outcomes. This essential resource also contains 100 case studies that focus on the aging adult. Applying a holistic approach to each presented problem, the authors discuss realistic, contemporary issues readers may face when working with the older adult population to help them develop critical thinking and decision-making skills. Key Features: Includes exercises and open-ended and multiple-choice items that can be completed at home or in the classroom Highlights guidelines that can be used across any nursing curriculum, including at home; in the community; and primary, acute, and long-term care facilities Presents challenging topics such as The Aging Driver, Physical Abuse and Neglect, Financial Mistreatment, and more Provides answers for faculty on the book's Web site