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By John Daly, RN, BA, MEd(Hons), BHSc(N), PhD, MACE, AFACHSE, FCN, FRCNA, Sandra Speedy, RN, BA(Hons), DipEd, MURP, EdN, MAPS, FANZCMHN and Debra Jackson, RN, CommNursCert, BHSc(Nurs) MNurs, PhD
400 pagesCopyright 2012$117.00, Online Product, Reference
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Contexts of Nursing 3e builds on the strengths of previous editions and continues to provide nursing students with comprehensive coverage of core ideas and perspectives underpinning the practice of nursing. The new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. New material on Cultural Awareness and Contemporary Approaches in Nursing has been introduced to reflect the realities of practice. Nursing themes are discussed from an Australian and New Zealand perspective and are supported by illustrated examples and evidence. Each chapter focuses on an area of study within the undergraduate nursing program and the new edition continues its discussions on history, culture, ethics, law, technology, and professional issues within the field of nursing.
update and revised with strong contributions from a wide range of experienced educators from around Australia & New Zealand
new Chapter 17 Becoming a Nurse Leader has been introduced into the third edition to highlight the ongoing need of management in practice
Chapter 20 Cultural Awareness Nurses working with indigenous people is a new chapter which explores cultural awareness, safety and competence
Chapter 22 Using informatics to expand awareness engages the reader on the benefits of using technology
evidence-based approach is integrated throughout the text
learning objectives, key words and reflective questions are included in all chapters
By John Daly, RN, BA, MEd(Hons), BHSc(N), PhD, MACE, AFACHSE, FCN, FRCNA, Dean, Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, University of Technology Sydney, NSW; Sandra Speedy, RN, BA(Hons), DipEd, MURP, EdN, MAPS, FANZCMHN, Consultant Psychologist, Emeritus Professor, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW and Debra Jackson, RN, CommNursCert, BHSc(Nurs) MNurs, PhD, Professorial Fellow, School of Nursing, Family and Community Health, College of Social and Health Sciences, University of Western Sydney, NSW