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Educational Support Services, Springfield, MO. Study guide for Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing, a Brandon/Hill title listed AP week 2007-7. Covers historical and contemporary nursing practice, health care delivery systems, critical thinking and the nursing process, and more. For students Previous edition author was Barnes, c2003. Three-hole punched with perforated pages.
Table of Contents
|Historical and Contemporary Nursing Practice||p. 1|
|Nursing Education, Research, and Evidence-Based Practice||p. 6|
|Nursing Theories and Conceptual Frameworks||p. 11|
|Legal Aspects of Nursing||p. 15|
|Values, Ethics, and Advocacy||p. 22|
|Health Care Delivery Systems||p. 26|
|Community Nursing and Care Continuity||p. 31|
|Home Care||p. 35|
|Nursing Informatics||p. 38|
|Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process||p. 42|
|Implementing and Evaluating||p. 58|
|Documenting and Reporting||p. 61|
|Health Promotion||p. 65|
|Health, Wellness, and Illness||p. 69|
|Culture and Heritage||p. 73|
|Complementary and Alternative Healing Modalities||p. 77|
|Concepts of Growth and Development||p. 81|
|Promoting Health from Conception through Adolescence||p. 84|
|Promoting Health in Young and Middle-Aged Adults||p. 89|
|Promoting Health in Elders||p. 93|
|Promoting Family Health||p. 97|
|Leading, Managing, and Delegating||p. 115|
|Vital Signs||p. 120|
|Health Assessment||p. 125|
|Diagnostic Testing||p. 147|
|Skin Integrity and Wound Care||p. 158|
|Perioperative Nursing||p. 164|
|Sensory Perception||p. 170|
|Stress and Coping||p. 190|
|Loss, Grieving, and Death||p. 195|
|Activity and Exercise||p. 200|
|Pain Management||p. 211|
|Urinary Elimination||p. 223|
|Fecal Elimination||p. 229|
|Fluid, electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance||p. 245|
|Answer Key||p. 208|
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