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Fundamentals of Canadian nursing : concepts, process, and practice

Barbara Kozier (Author), Glenora Lea Erb (Author), Audrey Berman (Author), Shirlee Snyder (Author), Geralyn Frandsen (Author), Madeleine Buck (Editor), Linda Ferguson (Editor), Lucia Yiu (Editor), Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler (Editor)
Print Book, English, 2018
Fourth Canadian edition View all formats and editions
Pearson, Don Mills, Ontario, 2018
xvii, 1646 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 29 cm
9780134192703, 0134192702
Historical and contemporary nursing practice
Nursing education in Canada
Nursing research in Canada
Nursing philosophies, theories, concepts, frameworks, and models
Values, ethics, and advocacy
Accountability and legal aspects of nursing
Health, wellness, and illness
Health promotion
The Canadian health care system
Environmental and global health nursing
Cultural care
Individual care and self-concept
Nursing care of families
Community-based nursing
Rural and remote health care
Complementary and alternative health modalities
Concepts of growth and development
Development from conception through adolescence
You and middle adulthood
Older adults
Clinical reasoning and critical thinking
Caring and communicating
The nursing process
Documenting and reporting
Nursing informatics and technology
Teaching and learning
Leading, managing, and delegating
Health assessment
Vital signs
Pain assessment and managements
Infection prevention and control
Skin integrity and wound care
Caring for perioperative clients
Sensory perception
Activity and exercise
Fecal elimination
Urinary elimination
Oxygenation and circulation
Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance
Stress and coping
Loss, grieving, and death
Originally published under title: Fundamentals of nursing, the nature of nursing practice in Canada
Accompanied by clinical reference cards tipped in following main text