Learning Disability Nursing Practice.
By: Jukes, Mark.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Luton : Andrews UK, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (651 p.).ISBN: 9781856424776.Subject(s): Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Nursing | Pediatric nursingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Learning Disability Nursing PracticeDDC classification: 610.73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Contents; Front matter; Title page; Publisher information; Contributors; Introduction; Body matter; Section One: Origins; Chapter 1. Mental deficiency institutions: Have the obituaries been fair and balanced?; Chapter 2. Striving towards ordinariness within a regulatory system; Chapter 3. Mental deficiency nursing and the GNC: A square peg in a round hole; Section Two: Perspectives; Chapter 4. From the workhouse to citizenship: Four ages of learning disability; Chapter 5. Researching learning disability nursing; Section Three: Practices; Chapter 6. Community learning disability nursing
Chapter 7. Health facilitationChapter 8. Epilepsy and specialist learning disability practice; Chapter 9. Nursing people with profound and multiple learning disabilities; Chapter 10. Mental health and learning disability; Chapter 11. Challenging behaviour: The contribution of nurse specialists; Chapter 12. Forensic learning disability nursing practice; Chapter 13. Autism spectrum conditions; Chapter 14. Development of services for children; Section Three: Further perspectives; Chapter 15. Challenges for the curriculum in learning disability nursing; Chapter 16. Inter-professional education
Chapter 17. Continuing practice development in learning disability nursingBack matter; Plates; Also available
This text encapsulates not only the origins of nursing in the learning disability field but also contemporary perspectives and areas for specialist nursing practice. The book is divided into four sections: origins, perspectives, practice, and further perspectives. Section one (origins) describes Great Barr Colony and explores the conceptions of practice of actual attendants and nurses who worked there. It gives readers an in-depth focus on aspects of work and practice not accounted for in th...
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