This book describes an innovative model for helping APRN students develop the clinical reasoning skills required to navigate complex patient care needs and coordination in advanced nursing practice. This model, the Outcome-Present-State-Test (OPT), encompasses a clear, step-by-step process that students can use to learn the skills of differential diagnosis and hone clinical reasoning strategies. This method facilitates understanding of the relationship among patient problems, outcomes, and interventions that focus on promoting patient safety and care coordination.
This is a unique, innovative professional nursing ethics textbook designed specifically for all practicing nurses and to meet the educational needs of all nursing students, including RN to BSN and RN to MSN students. Written by experts in the field, it discusses ethical concepts relevant to the registered nurse who has practiced for several years but is learning higher level concepts and applications. This text addresses different areas of professional practice and is rich with case studies illustrating the need for ethical competence and decision making.
Transcultural diversity and health care -- The Purnell model for cultural competence -- People of African American heritage -- The Amish -- People of Appalachian heritage -- People of Arab heritage -- People of Bosnian heritage -- People of Brazilian heritage -- People of Chinese heritage -- People of Cuban heritage -- People of Egyptian heritage -- People of European American heritage -- People of Filipino heritage -- People of German heritage -- People of Greek heritage -- People of Haitian heritage -- People of Hindu heritage -- People of Iranian heritage -- People of Irish heritage -- People of Italian heritage -- People of Japanese heritage -- People of Jewish heritage -- People of Korean heritage -- People of Mexican heritage -- Navajo Indians -- People of Puerto Rican heritage -- People of Russian heritage -- People of Turkish heritage -- People of Vietnamese heritage.
Contents: Foundation stones. Understanding cultural competence in health care. Culture: perspectives, myths, and misconceptions. Culture care framework I: overview and cultural sensitivity. Culture care framework II: cultural knowledge, resources, and bridging the gap. Universally applicable cultural knowledge. Cross-cultural communication. Working with interpreters in healthcare settings. Caring for diverse families. A working guide to illness beliefs and paths of healing. Specific cultural considerations. The beginning of life (the perinatal period). The end of life. Mental health practice. Immigrant women?s health. Pain management. Caring-healing and complementary therapies.
Hospitals and healthcare systems around the world have attempted to build and sustain evidence-based practice (EBP) cultures and environments, yet they have struggled to clearly understand what EBP competency means. Implementing the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Competencies in Healthcare clears up that confusion and serves as a guide for clinicians, leaders, faculty, EBP mentors, and students in achieving EBP competency, facilitating evidence-based decision making in daily practice, and accelerating the speed at which research knowledge is translated into real-world settings to improve health outcomes and decrease healthcare costs..
Copyright date is 2017. Ebsco book entry indicates 2016.
Do you have a work culture that fosters collaboration, stimulates innovation, and empowers nurses to achieve success in exceptional ways? In Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model: Strategies to Advance Nursing Excellence, [the] authors present a model proven to inspire professional nurses to deliver exceptional care delivery and outcomes. Whether you're a bedside nurse or an executive, you'll learn how to adapt the Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model to your work setting...With a focus on achievement, caring, empowerment, and influence, Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model can help reshape the future of nursing..