8 edition of Gerontological Nursing Issues for the 21st Century found in the catalog.
January 1, 1999
by Sigma Theta Tau International
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||205|
Learn Gerontological Nursing Tabloski with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of Gerontological Nursing Tabloski flashcards on Quizlet. GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING, 3/e is a comprehensive, research-based, and up-to-date guide to nursing care for older adults in all settings. It brings together essential information about normal and pathological changes associated with aging; healthy aging; common diseases of aging; and key psychosocial, cultural, and public health issues.
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REFERENCES. Alford, D. A twentieth century vision of gerontological nursing in the twenty-+ first century. Unpublished manuscript. American Nurses by: The Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence at Penn State is using technology to help current and future nurses learn to care for Geriatric nursing in the 21st century.
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Get this from a library. Gerontological nursing issues for the 21st century: a multidisciplinary dialogue commemorating the international year of older. Advances in Gerontological Nursing: Issues for the 21st Century (SPRINGER SERIES ON ADVANCES IN GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Gerontological Practice for the Twenty-first Century meets the need for state-of-the-art information on practice approaches with older patients that are age-specific and empirically based, blend "micro" and "macro" views, and reflect current themes in the aging and social work fields.
The book is designed as a text for students and as a professional resource for by: This book makes a compelling argument for an immediate and comprehensive shift in the nursing education curriculum, from an acute care to a gerontological nursing care focus.
item 1 Gerontological Nursing: Issues and Opportunities for the Twenty-First Century 21st Century Paperback Books. Multiple Issues Vintage Paperback Magazines. -- The Iowa conceptual model of gerontological nursing -- Nursing of rural elders: myth and reality -- Health promotion: its role in enhancing the health of the elderly -- Nursing interventions for older adults with cognitive impairment: some conceptual, clinical, research, and policy issues -- The nature of the family caregiving role and.
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In this 8th edition, Gerontological Nursing bridges the growing body of specialty knowledge with relevancy for practice. Presenting a wide range of topics, this text provides comprehensive information to serve as a strong foundation for gerontological nursing practice. Contemporary Issues in Gerontology provides the reader with a wideranging and balanced account of the issues confronting an ageing societyAnd as the authors remind us, we are all ageing and, inevitably then, we are all involved.
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This Gerontological Nursing curriculum has been prepared for WHO Europe as one of several post-qualifying curricula, requested by some Member States, to assist them in their progress towards implementation of the WHO European Region Continuing Education Strategy forFile Size: KB.
In: Burke, Mary, and Sherman, Susan, eds. GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING: ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. New York: National League for Nursing Press (), pp. Permanent Link.
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