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Process guiding professional practice -- ch. Communication -- The communication process -- Sender -- Message -- Channel -- Receiver -- Response -- Factors influencing the communication process -- Developmental stage -- Gender -- Roles and relationships -- Sociocultural characteristics -- Values and perceptions -- Sp[ace and territoriality -- Environment -- Congruence -- Interpersonal attitudes -- Oral communication Ch 14 bridge to the profession Nonverbal communication -- Therapeutic communication -- Written communication -- Barriers to communication -- Nursing documentation -- Communication through technology -- ch.
Change process -- Spontaneous change -- Developmental change -- Planned change -- Approaches to planned change -- Change strategies -- Frameworks for change -- Managing change -- Change agent -- Coping with change -- Resistance to change -- Examples of change -- ch. Technology and informatics -- Nursing informatics, healthcare infomatics and technology -- Nursing roles and education -- Technology and informatics -- Informatics frameworks -- Issues related to information technology -- Ethical concerns -- Confidentiality of medical Ch 14 bridge to the profession and data -- Data integrity -- Caring in a high-tech environment -- Evolution of technology -- Computer technology in practice, education, research and administration -- Current applications of information technology in practice -- Physician order entry -- Clinical information systems -- Wireless and portable devices -- Computer-based patient record -- Evidence-based practice -- Telehealth.
The sixth edition of Professional Nursing Practice is the resource that will prepare both basic nursing students and registered nurses studying for their baccalaureate degree for their unique positions within the profession.
Into the future -- ch.
As the demands of the health care system are continuously changing nurses are required to function in all the professional nurse roles of health care provider, health promoter, teacher-learner, leader-manager, research consumer, advocate, colleague, and collaborator. Conceptual Foundations 5th edition The Bridge to Professional Nursing Practice. ISBN: ISBN you can cancel the book within 14 days & you will receive a full refund. No cheating! - you can only do this once per eTextbook. It discusses the concepts that define the nursing profession, covering everything from the history of. AP CH 14 Study Set. Supreme Court justice whose ruling in the Charles River Bridge case opened chartered monopolies to competition. Nativists. Prominent figure who helped turn teaching into a largely female profession. Molly Maguires. Radical, secret Irish labor union of the s and s.
Advanced nursing education and practice -- Advanced nursing education -- Preparation for advanced clinical practice -- PhD programs -- Master's degree in nursing -- Advance nursing practice -- Types of advanced practice -- Regulations of advanced practice -- The international perspective -- The future of advanced practice nursing -- Selecting a graduate program -- Professional career goals -- Personal and family factors -- Program characteristics -- ch.
Visions for the future -- Past events that have affected nursing -- Events that promoted nursing's growth and development -- Events that have indirectly affected nursing -- Social movement and technological initiatives that have affected nursing -- Future events that will affect nursing -- Information technology and its effect on health and nursing care -- Health care system changes -- Regulatory changes -- Continues medical, surgical and pharmacological advances -- Past lessons that can help nurses in the future -- Visions of tomorrow.
Professional nursing in a changing health care delivery system -- ch. Nursing in an evolving health care delivery system -- Cost-containment strategies -- Access to health care -- Health -- Wellness and well-being -- Illness and disease -- Models of health and wellness -- Leavell and Clark's agent-host environment model -- Dunn's levels of wellness -- Health and wellness continuum -- Health status, beliefs and behaviors -- Health belief models -- Health locus of control model -- Rosenstock and Becker's health belief model -- International initiatives for health and wellness -- Nursing in an era of shortage -- ch.
Health care economics -- Demand versus supply of health care -- Paying for health care -- Separate billing for nursing services -- Cost-containment strategies -- Competition -- Price controls -- Alternative delivery systems -- Managed care -- Vertically integrated health services organizations -- Billing methods -- Payment sources in the United States -- The international perspective -- Voluntary insurance in the United States -- The nursing shortages -- Financial management -- Profit versus not-for-profit organizations -- Costs and budgeting -- ch.
Providing care in the home and community -- Home health nursing -- Definitions of home health nursing -- Perspectives of home health nursing -- Applying the nursing process in the home -- Differences between home health nursing and hospital nursing -- Community nursing -- Definitions of community and community nursing -- Settings for community-based nursing practice -- Nursing in rural communities -- Applying the nursing process in the community -- Assessing -- Diagnosing -- Planning and implementing -- Evaluating -- Integration of home, community and public health nursing -- ch.
Dimensions of holistic health care -- The expanding view of health care -- Holistic nursing -- The expanding view of comprehensive health care -- Primary, secondary and tertiary health promotion -- The Health People initiatives -- Transition to integrative health -- Complementary therapies -- Biologically based therapies -- Manipulative body-based therapies -- Energy therapies -- Mind-body therapies -- ch.
Nursing in a culturally diverse world -- Concepts related to culture -- Characteristics of culture -- Components of culture -- Culture and health care -- Leininger's Sunrise model -- The Purnell model for cultural competence -- Integrating cultural knowledge in care -- Barriers to integrating culture and care -- Conveying caring to diverse groups -- Selected cultural parameters influencing nursing care -- Health beliefs and practices -- Family patterns -- Communication style -- Space orientation -- Time orientation -- Nutritional patterns -- Pain responses -- Childbirth and perinatal care -- Death and dying -- Providing culturally competent care -- ch.
Nursing in a spiritually diverse world -- Spirituality, religion and faith -- Spiritual development -- Prayer and meditation -- Selected spiritual and religious beliefs influencing nursing care -- Holy days -- Sacred writings and symbols -- Dress -- Health beliefs and practices -- Spiritual distress -- Providing spiritually competent care -- Spiritual assessment -- ch.
Professional nursing roles -- ch. The nurse as health promoter and care provider -- Defining health promotion -- Healthy people -- Increasing quality and years of healthy life -- Eliminating health disparities -- Types of health-promotion programs -- Sites for health-promotion activities -- Pender's health-promotion model -- Kulbok's resource model of preventive health behavior -- Neuman systems model -- Stages of health behavior change -- The nurse's role in health promotion -- ch.
The nurse as learner and teacher -- Nurses as learners -- The learning process -- Theories of learning -- Applying learning theories -- Cognitive learning processes -- Factors facilitating learning -- Factors inhibiting learning -- Nurses as teachers -- The art of teaching -- guidelines for learning and teaching -- Assessing learning needs -- Planning content and teaching strategies -- Implementing a teaching plan -- Evaluating learning and teaching -- special teaching strategies -- Transcultural client teaching -- Documentation of teaching -- ch.
The nurse as leader and manager -- Nursing leadership -- Leadership characteristics -- Leadership style -- Nursing management -- Theories of management style -- Management competencies -- Management roles -- Nursing delivery models -- Total patient care -- Functional method -- Team nursing -- Primary nursing -- Case management -- Managed care -- Differentiated practice -- Shared governance -- Mentors and preceptors -- Networking -- ch.
The nurse as research consumer -- Evidence-based practice -- Empirical nursing knowledge -- Research in nursing -- Roles in research -- Historical perspective -- Ethical concerns -- Approaches in nursing research -- Using research in practice -- Critiquing research reports -- Translational research -- ch.
The nurse as political advocate -- Empowerment -- Sources of power -- Caring types of power -- Laws of power -- Politics -- Nursing and political action -- Strategies to influence political decisions -- Developing political astuteness and skill -- Seeking opportunities for political action -- ch.
The nurse as colleague and collaborator -- Collaborative health care -- Collaborative practice -- The nurse as collaborator -- Benefits of collaborative care -- Competencies basic to collaboration -- Communication skills -- Mutual respect and trust -- Giving and receiving -- Feedback -- Decision making -- Conflict management -- Interdisciplinary health care -- Factors leading to the need for increased collegiality and collaboration -- Health care consumers -- Self-help initiatives -- Changing demographics and epidemiology -- Health care access -- Technological advances -- Interdisciplinary focus.Forging the National Economy, – D.
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Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality is the follow up to that summit, held in June , where participants across disciplines and occupations developed ideas about how to integrate a core set of competencies into health professions education.
As the demands of the health care system are continuously changing nurses are required to function in all the professional nurse roles of health care provider, health promoter, teacher-learner, leader-manager, research consumer, advocate, colleague, and collaborator.
Bridge to the Profession Professional Research: FASB Codification a) Interest cost is an integral part of the total cost of acquiring a qualifying asset. Therefore, its disposition shall be the same as the disposition of other components of asset cost.
AP CH 14 Study Set. Supreme Court justice whose ruling in the Charles River Bridge case opened chartered monopolies to competition. Nativists. Prominent figure who helped turn teaching into a largely female profession. Molly Maguires.
Radical, secret Irish labor union of the s and s.