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Univ. of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Practical guide to assessment and intervention in mental health nursing. For nursing students and practitioners. Presents the Calgary Family Assessment Model. Previous edition: c1994. Softcover. DNLM: Nursing Assessment.
Lorraine M. Wright, RN, Ph.D. is Director, Family Nursing Unit, and Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary.
Table of Contents
|Family assessment and intervention : an overview||p. 9|
|Theoretical foundations of the Calgary family assessment and intervention models||p. 29|
|The Calgary family assessment model||p. 57|
|The Calgary family intervention model||p. 153|
|Family nursing interviews : stages and skills||p. 181|
|How to prepare for family interviews||p. 199|
|How to conduct family interviews||p. 229|
|How to do a 15-minute (or shorter) family interview||p. 263|
|How to avoid the three most common errors in family nursing||p. 277|
|How to document family interviews||p. 287|
|How to terminate with families||p. 317|
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