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Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Acute and Critical Care : A Thinking-in-Action Approach

By: Benner, Patricia.
Contributor(s): Hooper-Kyriakidis, Patricia | Stannard, Daphne.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2011Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (602 p.).ISBN: 9780826105745.Subject(s): Catastrophic illness -- Nursing | Critical Care -- Methods | Critical Illness -- Nursing | Critically ill -- Care | Intensive care nursing -- Methodology | Nursing Care -- MethodsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Acute and Critical Care : A Thinking-in-Action ApproachDDC classification: 616.02/8 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Acute and Critical Care; About the Authors; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Foreword; Foreword II; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Thinking-in-Action and Reasoning-in-Transitions: An Overview; Chapter 2: Clinical Grasp and Clinical Inquiry: Problem Identification and Clinical Problem Solving; Chapter 3: Clinical Imagination and Clinical Forethought: Anticipating and Preventing Potential Problems; Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Managing Life-Sustaining Physiologic Functions in Acute Ill and Unstable Patients
Chapter 5: The Skilled Know-How of Managing a CrisisChapter 6: Providing Comfort Measures for the Critically and Acutely Ill; Chapter 7: Caring for Patients' Families; Chapter 8: Preventing Hazards in a Technological Environment; Chapter 9: Facing Death: End-of-Life Care and Decision Making; Chapter 10: Making a Case: Communicating Clinical Assessments and Improving Teamwork; Chapter 11: Patient Safety: Monitoring Quality, Preventing and Managing Practice Breakdown; Chapter 12: The Skilled Know-How of Clinical and Moral Leadership and the Coaching and Mentoring of Others
Chapter 13: Educational Strategies and ImplicationsAppendix; Glossary; Index
Summary: ""[This book is] a lavishly detailed guide to the essence of becoming an expert nurse...I believe this book will secure a place on most educators' and expert clinicians' bookshelves. Every once in a while a better book comes along; this is one of those times."". Joan E. Lynaugh , PhD, RN, FAAN. Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. (From the Foreword). A classic research-based text in nursing practice and education, this newly revised second edition explains, through first-hand accounts of the hard-earned experiential wisdom of expert nurses, the clinical reasoning
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Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Acute and Critical Care; About the Authors; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Foreword; Foreword II; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Thinking-in-Action and Reasoning-in-Transitions: An Overview; Chapter 2: Clinical Grasp and Clinical Inquiry: Problem Identification and Clinical Problem Solving; Chapter 3: Clinical Imagination and Clinical Forethought: Anticipating and Preventing Potential Problems; Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Managing Life-Sustaining Physiologic Functions in Acute Ill and Unstable Patients

Chapter 5: The Skilled Know-How of Managing a CrisisChapter 6: Providing Comfort Measures for the Critically and Acutely Ill; Chapter 7: Caring for Patients' Families; Chapter 8: Preventing Hazards in a Technological Environment; Chapter 9: Facing Death: End-of-Life Care and Decision Making; Chapter 10: Making a Case: Communicating Clinical Assessments and Improving Teamwork; Chapter 11: Patient Safety: Monitoring Quality, Preventing and Managing Practice Breakdown; Chapter 12: The Skilled Know-How of Clinical and Moral Leadership and the Coaching and Mentoring of Others

Chapter 13: Educational Strategies and ImplicationsAppendix; Glossary; Index

""[This book is] a lavishly detailed guide to the essence of becoming an expert nurse...I believe this book will secure a place on most educators' and expert clinicians' bookshelves. Every once in a while a better book comes along; this is one of those times."". Joan E. Lynaugh , PhD, RN, FAAN. Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. (From the Foreword). A classic research-based text in nursing practice and education, this newly revised second edition explains, through first-hand accounts of the hard-earned experiential wisdom of expert nurses, the clinical reasoning

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