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Chronic Care Nursing: A Framework for Practice

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by: Deravin-Malone, Linda;Anderson, Judith

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Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY,01.07.16

Category: NURSING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1316600742
ISBN13: 9781316600740

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Chronic Care Nursing: A Framework for Practice provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of the role of the nurse in dealing with chronic conditions across a variety of healthcare settings in Australia and New Zealand. The first part of the book provides a road map for the implementation of chronic care, by outlining how two essential approaches to chronic care management - the Chronic Care Model and the World Health Organization's Innovative Care for Chronic Conditions Framework - can help to improve patient outcomes at both national and international levels. The second part devotes separate chapters to key conditions - including dementia, disability, palliative care and mental health - and highlights the pressing contemporary considerations of each condition. Written by an expert author team of clinicians and academics, this book is full of helpful educational tools such as national competencies, case studies and reflective questions, and is an indispensable resource for students and registered nurses.

- Provides a structured overview of the role of the nurse in dealing with chronic conditions, drawing on the WHO Chronic Care Model and the Innovative Care for Chronic Conditions Framework
- Presents a narrative-style, person-centred approach to chronic care nursing
- Includes case studies, reflection points and discussion questions to help students engage with and comprehend the content

Table of Contents

Part I. Frameworks for Chronic Care Management:
1. Frameworks for chronic care management Judith Anderson, Linda Deravin-Malone and Karen Francis
2. Implementing the macro level of the ICCCF Linda Deravin-Malone, Karen Francis and Judith Anderson
3. Implementing the meso level of the ICCCF Karen Francis, Judith Anderson and Linda Deravin-Malone
4. Implementing the micro level of the ICCCF Judith Anderson, Linda Deravin-Malone and Kathryn Anderson
5. The Australian and New Zealand health care systems Maureen Miles, Heather Latham and Jessica Biles
Part II. Nursing Care of Clients with Chronic Conditions:
6. Cancer control Kylie Ash, Kate Cameron, Tracey Doherty, Marion Eckert and Amy Vaccaro
7. Chronic cardiovascular conditions Amali Hohol, Michelle Baird and Melissa Johnston
8. Injury prevention Simone Brown, Linda Deravin-Malone, Sally-Anne Wherry and Judith Anderson
9. Depression, anxiety, and substance misuse and abuse Maureen Miles and Rhonda Brown
10. Mental health issues of a psychotic nature Denise McGarry and Katheryn Kent
11. Diabetes mellitus Julia Gilbert and Sharon Hooge
12. Chronic respiratory conditions (asthma and COPD) Michelle Baird, Elizabeth Forbes, Jody Hook and Heather Latham
13. Arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions Amanda Stott and Louise Wells
14. Chronic obesity Amali Hohol, Julia Gilbert and Melissa Johnston
15. Dementia care Julia Gilbert, Lyn Croxon and Bronwen Ashcroft
16. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) Melissa Chamney, Maryanne Podham and Judith Anderson
17. Disability Catherine Hungerford and Donna Hodgson
18. End of life care Linda Deravin-Malone, Lyn Croxon, Mooreen Macleay and Judith Anderson
19. Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis Sally-Anne Wherry.