Children and young people suffering from long-term conditions require continuing support and nursing care throughout their lives. Nursing Care of Children and Young People with Chronic Illness explores chronic disease management in the context of recent developments, including the National Service Framework for Children. It addresses the aetiology of chronic illness and the impact on the childas family. It also explores holistic approaches to caring for their social, physical and psychological needs, and highlights the importance of the nurseas role in promoting children and their parents as aexpert patientsa. Nursing Care of Children and Young People with Chronic Illness is a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for nursing students and practitioners on the context, theory and practice of assessing health needs, and the delivery of holistic care and services within a variety of care settings, to enable them to meet the changing needs of children and young people with chronic illnesses and diseases, and their families. The first nursing-specific text related to the care of children a young people with chronic illness Incorporates case studies a scenarios throughout to enable readers to gain an understanding of the application of concepts a theories in practice Covers care aspects of the child and young person in different settings including tertiary, secondary, primary health care and the home Written in the context of the NSF for ChildrenMargolan, H., Fraser, J. aamp; Lenton, S. (2004) Parental experiences of services when their child requires long-term ventilation. Implications for ... Mukherjee, S., Beresford, B. aamp; Sloper, P. (1999) Unlocking Key Working. Bristol, Policy Press.
|Title||:||Nursing Care of Children and Young People with Chronic Illness|
|Author||:||Fay Valentine, Lesley Lowes|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-04-15|