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Nursing Consultation : A Framework for Working with Communities. In today's health care environment, consultation services have become increasingly integral to nursing
Nursing Consultation : A Framework for Working with Communities. In today's health care environment, consultation services have become increasingly integral to nursing.
Issues/Trends in Nursing . Nursing Consultation: A Framework for Working with . Susan L. Norwood, Gonzaga University
Susan L. Norwood, Gonzaga University. NEW - Three new chapters-Includes Chapter 2 (Communities, Nurses, and Consultation); Chapter 12 (Team Building in Consultation); and Chapter 18 (Working with Consultants). Reinforces text's revised perspective and conveys to students the significance of the changes in the field.
Nursing consultation: A framework for working with communities . Norwood, S. L. (2003).
Nursing consultation: A framework for working with communities Professional boundaries: Staying in the line. Nursing consultation: A framework for working with communities (2nd e. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Sheets, V. R. (2001). This is a book that should be read by all active community mental health practitioners, and will undoubtedly serve as a key textbook in the training of the next generation of community mental health workers. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved). Susan Leslie Norwood. Evaluating nurse consultants'work through key informant perceptions. Sabi Redwood, Hilary Lloyd, +3 authors Iain W Graham. Ethical issues in consultation. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987). Primary care nurse practitioners' integrity when faced with moral conflict.
Susan L. Norwood, American Nursing educator. nurse practitioner Nurses Association of America College O. Gyn
Susan L. Gyn. Staff Registered Nurse, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Washington nurse practitioner, Planned Parenthood, Spokane nurse practitioner, Doctor Daniel G. Phillips, Spokane instructor, Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education, Spokane, 1986-1991; assistant professor, Gonzaga . since 1992. Norwood is a Professor in the Department of Nursing at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
In today's health care environment, consultation services have become increasingly integral to nursing. This engaging, reader-friendly book presents a five-phase process—a variation of the traditional nursing process—for working with individuals or groups to help them resolve actual or potential health care problems. Examines key issues in nursing today, including entrepreneurial opportunities for nurses and nurses empowering individuals/groups in problem solving and assessing wellness responsibility. Provides updated examples that focus more on today's integral, community perspective versus providing consultation primarily in organizational settings. Features key search engine terms at the beginning of each chapter. Offers real-life examples of nursing consultation. Provides application activities after each chapter. An up-to-date, pragmatically organized reference for case managers and nursing supervisors.