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Caring for the vulnerable : perspectives in nursing theory, practice, and research

Author: Mary De Chesnay; Barbara A Anderson
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Within an expanding field of study in both undergraduate and graduate nursing curricula, this Third Edition explores vulnerability from the perspective of individuals, groups, communities, and populations while addressing how vulnerability affects nurses, nursing, and nursing care. This new edition presents a basic structure for caring for the vulnerable with the ultimate goal of providing culturally competent care.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary De Chesnay; Barbara A Anderson
ISBN: 9781449635923 144963592X 9781449603984 144960398X
OCLC Number: 703790500
Description: xxi, 590 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Vulnerable populations: vulnerable people / Mary de Chesnay --
Advocacy role of providers / Mary de Chesnay and Vanessa Robinson-Dooley --
Cultural competence and resilience / Mary de Chesnay, Patricia Hart, and Jane Brannan --
Social justice in nursing: a review of the literature / Doris M. Boutain --
Low literacy and vulnerable clients / Toni Vezeau --
Nursing theories applied to vulnerable populations: examples from Turkey / Behice Erci --
Culturally competent care for South Pacific Islanders / Karen Joines and Mary de Chesnay --
Theories of mothering and HIV-infected mothers / Tommie Nelms --
Giving voice to vulnerable populations: Rogerian theory / Sarah Hall Gueldner, Geraldine R. Britton and Susan Terwilliger --
Application of the Barnard parent/caregiver-child interaction model to care of premature infants / Danuta Wojnar --
The utility of Leininger's culture care theory with vulnerable populations / Rick Zoucha --
Positive skills, positive strategies: solution-focused nursing / Margaret McAllister --
Using self-efficacy theory to help vulnerable women breastfeed / Janet L. Engstrom and Paula P. Meier --
Research with vulnerable populations / Mary de Chesnay [and others] --
Sample qualitative research proposal: childhood obesity in Latino families / Nicole Mareno --
Sample quantitative research proposal: effect of video-based education on knowledge and perceptions of risk for breast cancer genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 in urban Latina populations / Janice B. Flynn and Janice Long --
Mobile clinics as outreach to the underserved / Mary de Chesnay and Heather Payne --
Life histories: affluent adolescents and substance abuse / Mary de Chesnay [and others] --
Staying with HIV/AIDS: a compressed ethnography of Zambian women / Terra Grandmason --
Health systems and human resources for health: new dimensions in global health nursing / Capt. Patricia L. Riley --
The use of community-based participatory research to understand and work with vulnerable populations / Ellen Olshansky --
Immigrant vulnerability: does capitalism in the United States matter? / Jenny Hsin-Chun Tsai --
Predisposition to non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus among former-Soviet Union immigrants / Nataly Pasumansky --
Barriers to healthcare access for Latino service workers in a resort community / Caroline Cogan --
Navy nurses: vulnerable people caring for vulnerable populations / Capt. Mary Ann White --
Ethics of end-of-life care / Lois R. Robley --
The Samfie man revisited: sex tourism and trafficking / Mary de Chesnay --
Developing population-based programs for the vulnerable / Anne Watson Bongiorno and Mary de Chesnay --
Childhood autism in a rural environment: reaching vulnerable children and their families / Ellyn Cavanagh --
Developing a nurse practitioner-run center for residents in rural Appalachia / Joyce M. Knestrick and Mona M. Counts --
Strategies for working with individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: lessons learned in Alaska / Marilyn Piece-Bulger --
Teaching nurses about vulnerable populations / Mary de Chesnay --
Healthy communities and vulnerability: enhancing curricula for teaching population-based nursing / Barbara A. Anderson --
Preparing nursing professionals to be advocates: service learning / Lynda P. Nauright and Astrid Wilson --
Working with graduate students to develop cultural competence / Mary de Chesnay, Genie Dorman and David Bennett --
Assessing the needs of the homeless in Townsville, USA / Annette Jackson --
Designing and implementing a cultural competence education model of school nurses: working with African American children and families / Rebecca Green --
Clinical immersion in family nursing practice in Lac du Flambeau / Cheryl Ann Lapp --
Public policy and vulnerable populations / Jeri A. Milstead --
Advancing healthcare policy through the use of political narratives to give voice to a vulnerable population / Charles Bobo and Kathie Aduddell --
Health policy and advocacy for vulnerable populations / Kathryn Osborne --
The nursing workforce shortage: the vulnerability of the healthcare system / Barbara A. Anderson.
Responsibility: edited by Mary de Chesnay, Barbara A. Anderson.

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Within an expanding field of study in both undergraduate and graduate nursing curricula, this Third Edition explores vulnerability from the perspective of individuals, groups, communities, and populations while addressing how vulnerability affects nurses, nursing, and nursing care. This new edition presents a basic structure for caring for the vulnerable with the ultimate goal of providing culturally competent care. Theoretical and research chapters progress towards others offering meaningful learning experiences for both nursing students and practitioners. Further, since nurses are the crucial link between those who are vulnerable and those with access to solutions, this text provides ideas for how nurses might advocate for the vulnerable on a policy level. Written specifically for nurses by nurses, this Third Edition is a timely and necessary response to the culturally diverse, vulnerable populations for whom nurses must provide appropriate and precise care.

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