Nursing Models for PracticeProvides an introduction to models and their application in clinical settings. This book emphasises on public accountability, ethical debates around prioritising, what is and is not health care, developments in nursing theory, and a perspective on the analysis of models. It helps nurses learning about, or updating their knowledge about models.
by Alan Pearson
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Nursing Models for Practice Summary
In a world where nurses are being asked to be more and more explicit about the contribution they make to health care, the evidence on which they base practice and the outcomes they are working towards with patients, the use of well developed theoretical models is becoming even more important. Critically they help not only to plan care but also to explain to others exactly what it is that they are aiming towards. This popular classic text provides a clear introduction to models and their application in clinical settings. The book has not been changed for the sake of change and where ideas have stood the test of time they have been retained with only slight modifications. However, attention has been paid to the increasing interest in, for example, emphasis on public accountability, ethical debates around prioritising, what is and is not health care, developments in nursing theory and a wider perspective on the analysis of models. This revision ensures that "Nursing Models for Practice" will continue to provide a lifeline for any nurses learning about, or updating their knowledge about models.
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Nursing Models for Practice
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