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Care Planning : A guide for nurses

By: Wilson, Benita.
Contributor(s): Woollands, Andrea | Barrett, David.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (257 p.).ISBN: 9781317902690.Subject(s): Models, Nursing | Nursing -- Planning | Nursing care plans | Nursing Care | Patient Care PlanningGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Care Planning : A guide for nursesDDC classification: 610.73 LOC classification: RT49 .B37 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part 1 Care planning theory; Chapter 1 Care planning in context; Why this chapter matters; Care planning and care plans; Care planning and professional standards; Accountability and care planning; Making the care-planning process transparent; Care planning as a way of improving patient care; Care-planning documentation; When the care-planning process goes wrong; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 2 ASPIRE - the problem-solving approach to care delivery; Why this chapter matters; The nursing process; ASPIRE; Conclusion
Further readingChapter 3 Models of nursing and the Activities of Living Model; Why this chapter matters; What is a model of nursing?; Why do we need models?; How does the nursing model fit with a problem-solving approach to care?; Roper, Logan and Tierney's Activities of Living Model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 4 Orem's Self-Care Model of Nursing; Why this chapter matters; Introduction to the model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 5 The Neuman Systems Model
Why this chapter mattersIntroduction to the model; Key elements of the model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 6 Assessment tools; Why this chapter matters; What are assessment tools?; Why are assessment tools so useful?; How are assessment tools developed?; Disadvantages of assessment tools; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 7 Organising care planning and delivery; Why this chapter matters; Care plans; Care pathways; Electronic care plans; Your role in the future of care planning; Conclusion; Further reading
Part 2 Application to practiceChapter 8 Assessment; Why this chapter matters; Assessment using the Activities of Living Model; Assessment using Orem's Model of Nursing; Assessment using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 9 Systematic nursing diagnosis; Why this chapter matters; Systematic nursing diagnosis using the Activities of Living Model; Systematic nursing diagnosis using Orem's Model of Nursing; Systematic nursing diagnosis using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 10 Planning care; Why this chapter matters; Planning using the Activities of Living Model
Planning using Orem's Model of NursingPlanning using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 11 Implementation; Why this chapter matters; Implementation and the Activities of Living Model; Implementation and Orem's Model of Nursing; Implementation and the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 12 Rechecking and evaluation; Why this chapter matters; Recheck and evaluation using the Activities of Living Model; Evaluation using Orem's Model of Nursing; Evaluation using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Appendix A Suzy Clarke; Appendix B George Brown; Appendix C Shoaib Hameed
References and bibliography
Summary: <P><B>Why is care planning important?</B> <B>How can you use care planning effectively in your own practice?</B></P><P>Being able to plan the care of patients is one of most important aspects of a nurse's role. Using an interactive approach, this book explores the reasons why care planning is so important and explains the theory behind the practice, providing a step-by-step guide to assessing patients, diagnosing problems, planning goals and interventions, and evaluating progress.</P>
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part 1 Care planning theory; Chapter 1 Care planning in context; Why this chapter matters; Care planning and care plans; Care planning and professional standards; Accountability and care planning; Making the care-planning process transparent; Care planning as a way of improving patient care; Care-planning documentation; When the care-planning process goes wrong; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 2 ASPIRE - the problem-solving approach to care delivery; Why this chapter matters; The nursing process; ASPIRE; Conclusion

Further readingChapter 3 Models of nursing and the Activities of Living Model; Why this chapter matters; What is a model of nursing?; Why do we need models?; How does the nursing model fit with a problem-solving approach to care?; Roper, Logan and Tierney's Activities of Living Model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 4 Orem's Self-Care Model of Nursing; Why this chapter matters; Introduction to the model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 5 The Neuman Systems Model

Why this chapter mattersIntroduction to the model; Key elements of the model; Strengths of the model; Limitations of the model; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 6 Assessment tools; Why this chapter matters; What are assessment tools?; Why are assessment tools so useful?; How are assessment tools developed?; Disadvantages of assessment tools; Conclusion; Further reading; Chapter 7 Organising care planning and delivery; Why this chapter matters; Care plans; Care pathways; Electronic care plans; Your role in the future of care planning; Conclusion; Further reading

Part 2 Application to practiceChapter 8 Assessment; Why this chapter matters; Assessment using the Activities of Living Model; Assessment using Orem's Model of Nursing; Assessment using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 9 Systematic nursing diagnosis; Why this chapter matters; Systematic nursing diagnosis using the Activities of Living Model; Systematic nursing diagnosis using Orem's Model of Nursing; Systematic nursing diagnosis using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 10 Planning care; Why this chapter matters; Planning using the Activities of Living Model

Planning using Orem's Model of NursingPlanning using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 11 Implementation; Why this chapter matters; Implementation and the Activities of Living Model; Implementation and Orem's Model of Nursing; Implementation and the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Chapter 12 Rechecking and evaluation; Why this chapter matters; Recheck and evaluation using the Activities of Living Model; Evaluation using Orem's Model of Nursing; Evaluation using the Neuman Systems Model; Conclusion; Appendix A Suzy Clarke; Appendix B George Brown; Appendix C Shoaib Hameed

References and bibliography

<P><B>Why is care planning important?</B> <B>How can you use care planning effectively in your own practice?</B></P><P>Being able to plan the care of patients is one of most important aspects of a nurse's role. Using an interactive approach, this book explores the reasons why care planning is so important and explains the theory behind the practice, providing a step-by-step guide to assessing patients, diagnosing problems, planning goals and interventions, and evaluating progress.</P>

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