Community Nursing and Health Care brings together the key issues arising from the relationships between community healthcare nurses, their clients, and other health professionals, emphasising how these must develop to enable community care to be 'redesigned around the patient'. This invaluable text: Sets community nursing within its current dynamic context Is written by a variety of professionals, each contributing through their different roles to the development of the field Discusses key themes, such as clinical governance, across chapters Emphasises the importance of collaborative working and how to achieve this Clearly demonstrates the importance of adaptability and responsiveness to change Enables readers to become key players in the direction and practice of community nursingHere, without doubt is a grey area in which community nurses may have to make ethically difficult decisions. (Cain ... Examples of reciprocity ranged from clients enquiring about the nursesa#39; holidays to the offering of small gifts or food. (Pooleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Community Nursing and Health Care|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-06-29|