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This is the 5th edition with a publication date of 3/30/2009.
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With a clear focus on clinical nursing practice, this is the only textbook that provides specific how-to guidelines for family assessment and intervention. It's the ideal "how to" book for promoting better family health care. Written by leading authorities on family nursing.
Lorraine M. Wright, RN, Phd Professor Emeritus of Nursing, University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta, Canada Dr. Wright is also an author, international lecturer, and consultant in family nursing and family therapy. She is a member of the Canadian Nurses Association and a Clinical Member, Approved Supervisor, and Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Wright is a graduate of the Calgary General Hospital, University of Alberta, University of Hawaii, and Brigham Young University. Maureen Leahey, RN, PhD Manager, Mental Health Outpatient Program Alberta Health Services, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Dr. Leahey is also an Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing and Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary, and a registered psychologist. She is a member of the Canadian Nurses Association and a Clinical Member, Approved Supervisor, and Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Leahey is a graduate of Cornell University New York Hospital School of Nursing and the University of Calgary.
Table of Contents
|Family Assessment and Intervention: An Overview||p. 1|
|Theoretical Foundations of the Calgary Family Assessment and Intervention Models||p. 19|
|The Calgary Family Assessment Model||p. 47|
|The Calgary Family Intervention Model||p. 143|
|Family Nursing Interviews: Stages and Skills||p. 169|
|How to Prepare for Family Interviews||p. 183|
|How to Conduct Family Interviews||p. 211|
|How to Do a 15-Minute (or Shorter) Family Interview||p. 245|
|How to Use Questions in Family Interviewing||p. 261|
|How to Avoid the Three Most Common Errors in Family Nursing||p. 275|
|How to Document Family Interviews||p. 285|
|How to Terminate with Families||p. 315|
|The "How To" Family Nursing Series (DVD, Streaming Video)||p. 345|
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