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Families in the intensive care unit : a guide to understanding, engaging, and supporting at the bedside

Author: Giora Netzer
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text is one of the first comprehensive resources on understanding and working with families in the intensive care unit. The text provides a conceptual overview of the Family ICU Syndrome, a constellation of physical morbidity, psychopathology, cognitive deficits, and conflict. Outlining its mechanisms, the book presents a guide to combating the syndrome with an interdisciplinary team. The text represents the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Giora Netzer
ISBN: 9783319943374 3319943375 3319943367 9783319943367 9783319943381 3319943383
OCLC Number: 1065536347
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 400 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Chapter 1 An Introduction and Overview of Why Families Matter in the Intensive Care UnitGiora NetzerChapter 2 Family Voices from the Intensive Care UnitEileen Rubin, Sal ColianniChapter 3 Cognitive Barriers to Effective Surrogate Decision MakingJoanna L. Hart, Scott D. HalpernChapter 4 Emotional Processing/Psychological Morbidity in the ICURamona O. HopkinsChapter 5 Family Psychological Morbidity after the Intensive Care UnitKristina Stepanovic, Julie Van, James C. JacksonChapter 6 Sleep and Sleep Deprivation Among Families in the ICUStuti J. Jaiswal, Robert L. OwensChapter 7 Taking the Lead: Changing the Experience of Family ICUSyndrome by Changing the Organization of CareDonald L. ZimmermanChapter 8 Unique Challenges for Family Members of Patients with Acute and Chronic Critical Illness --
The Older CaregiverNicole Roeder, Margaret A. PisaniChapter 9 Family Support and ICU Survivorship: Lessons Learned from the Pediatric Critical Care ExperienceBree Andrews, Nilu Rahman, Neethi PintoChapter 10 Life After the ICU: Post-Intensive Care Syndrome in Family MembersJason H. Maley, Julie Rogan, Mark E. MikkelsenChapter 11 Humanizing Intensive Care: Questions, Balance, and Tragic TradeoffsSamuel M. Brown, Michael E. Wilson, Chris Benda, Negin Hajizadeh, Ramona O. HopkinsChapter 12 Intensive Care Unit Conflicts and the FamilyO. Joseph BienvenuChapter 13 Identifying, Analyzing, & Combating Family Intensive Care Unit Syndrome in Long Term Acute Care HospitalsArunmozhi Aravagiri, Waqas Bhatti, Jetina Okereke, Avelino C. VercelesChapter 14 Personalized Interventions to Support Families in the Intensive Care UnitChristopher E. CoxChapter 15 Family-Centered Care Interventions to Minimize Family Intensive Care Unit Syndrome and Post-Intensive Care Syndrome-FamilyJudy Elisa Davidson, Janet Marty Mendis, Truong-Giang Huynh, Samantha Gambles Farr, Suzette Jernigan, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Thomas PattersonChapter 16 Strategies to Facilitate Communication with Families in the ICUAndre Carlos Kajdacsy-Balla AmaralChapter 17 End-of-Life CareJennifer L. McAdamChapter 18 The Integrative Approach to Supporting Families in the ICUDelia ChiaramonteChapter 19 The Role of Ethics Consultation In Enhancing Family-Centered CareHenry J. SilvermanChapter 20 Family Role in Patient Safety in the Intensive Care UnitDoran Bostwick, Sarah J BeesleyChapter 21 Family and Patient Spiritual Narratives in the ICU: Bridging Discourses Through CompassionSimon Lasair, Shane SinclairChapter 22 The Role of the Pharmacist in Family Engagement in the Intensive Care Unit and During Transitions of CareJoanna L. StollingsChapter 23 Respiratory Therapy and Family Engagement in the Intensive Care UnitDeborah Linehan, Giora NetzerChapter 24 The Role of the ICU Social Worker in Supporting FamiliesJohn G. Cagle, Morgan BuntingChapter 25 RehabilitationKimberley HainesChapter 26 Training Providers in Family Centered CareErin K. Kross, Catherine L. HoughChapter 27 Child Life in the Adult ICU: Including the Youngest Members of the FamilyJaime E. Bruce, Kathleen McCueChapter 28 How to Study the Family ICU Syndrome: A Basic Approach to Research MethodologyChristiane S. Hartog.
Responsibility: Giora Netzer, editor.

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