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Clinical reasoning : learning to think like a nurse / edited by Tracy Levett-Jones.

Contributor(s): Levett-Jones, Tracy [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic. Pearson Australia, [2017].Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 2nd edition.Description: xvii, 344 pages : illustrations, colour portraits; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781488616396Subject(s): Nursing -- Textbooks | Nursing -- Study and teaching | Medical logicOnline resources: Click here to access this resource online.
Contents:
Chapter 1 Clinical reasoning: What it is and why it matters / Tracy Levett-Jones -- Chapter 2 Caring for a person experiencing an adverse drug event / Tracy Levett-Jones and David Newby -- Chapter 3 Caring for a person with fluid and electrolyte imbalance / Tracy Levett-Jones and Peter Sinclair -- Chapter 4 Caring for a person experiencing pain / Tracy Levett-Jones and Caroline Phelan -- Chapter 5 Caring for a child with type 1 diabetes / Loretto Quinney, Kerry Reid-Searl, Veronica Mills and Bree Walker -- Chapter 6 Caring for a person experiencing respiratory distress and hypoxia / Kerry Hoffman, Amanda Wilson and Vanessa Mcdonald -- Chapter 7 Caring for a person with a cardiac condition / Kerry Hoffman, Amanda Wilson and Lindsay Savage -- Chapter 8 Caring for a person with an acquired brain injury / Kerry Hoffman, Nathan Haining and Amanda Wilson -- Chapter 9 Caring for a person receiving blood component therapies / Elizabeth Newman and / Kerry Hoffman -- Chapter 10 Caring for a person with sepsis / Natalie Govind and Marcia Ingles -- Chapter 11 Caring for a ‘challenging’ patient with a dual diagnosis / Teresa Stone and Rachel Rossiter -- Chapter 12 Caring for a person with a complex and chronic health condition / Rachel Rossiter and Teresa Stone -- Chapter 13 Caring for a person experiencing an acute psychotic episode / Anna Treloar and Peter Ross -- Chapter 14 Caring for an older person with altered cognition / Sharyn Hunter, Frances Dumont and Jacqui Culver -- Chapter 15 Caring for a person with a disability / Stephen Guinea, Jessica Mckirkle and Christine Imms -- Chapter 16 Caring for a person requiring palliative care / Pamela Van Der Riet and Victoria Pitt -- Chapter 17 Caring for a person who is refusing treatment / Lorinda Palmer
Summary: "An Australian text designed to address the key area of clinical reasoning in nursing practice. Using a series of authentic scenarios, Clinical Reasoning guides students through the clinical reasoning process while challenging them to think critically about the nursing care they provide. With scenarios adapted from real clinical situations that occurred in healthcare and community settings, this edition continues to address the core principles for the provision of quality care and the prevention of adverse patient outcomes." -- Provided by publisher.General note: Includes bibligraphical references and index.
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Includes bibligraphical references and index.

Chapter 1 Clinical reasoning: What it is and why it matters / Tracy Levett-Jones -- Chapter 2 Caring for a person experiencing an adverse drug event / Tracy Levett-Jones and David Newby -- Chapter 3 Caring for a person with fluid and electrolyte imbalance / Tracy Levett-Jones and Peter Sinclair -- Chapter 4 Caring for a person experiencing pain / Tracy Levett-Jones and Caroline Phelan -- Chapter 5 Caring for a child with type 1 diabetes / Loretto Quinney, Kerry Reid-Searl, Veronica Mills and Bree Walker -- Chapter 6 Caring for a person experiencing respiratory distress and hypoxia / Kerry Hoffman, Amanda Wilson and Vanessa Mcdonald -- Chapter 7 Caring for a person with a cardiac condition / Kerry Hoffman, Amanda Wilson and Lindsay Savage -- Chapter 8 Caring for a person with an acquired brain injury / Kerry Hoffman, Nathan Haining and Amanda Wilson -- Chapter 9 Caring for a person receiving blood component therapies / Elizabeth Newman and / Kerry Hoffman -- Chapter 10 Caring for a person with sepsis / Natalie Govind and Marcia Ingles -- Chapter 11 Caring for a ‘challenging’ patient with a dual diagnosis / Teresa Stone and Rachel Rossiter -- Chapter 12 Caring for a person with a complex and chronic health condition / Rachel Rossiter and Teresa Stone -- Chapter 13 Caring for a person experiencing an acute psychotic episode / Anna Treloar and Peter Ross -- Chapter 14 Caring for an older person with altered cognition / Sharyn Hunter, Frances Dumont and Jacqui Culver -- Chapter 15 Caring for a person with a disability / Stephen Guinea, Jessica Mckirkle and Christine Imms -- Chapter 16 Caring for a person requiring palliative care / Pamela Van Der Riet and Victoria Pitt -- Chapter 17 Caring for a person who is refusing treatment / Lorinda Palmer

"An Australian text designed to address the key area of clinical reasoning in nursing practice. Using a series of authentic scenarios, Clinical Reasoning guides students through the clinical reasoning process while challenging them to think critically about the nursing care they provide. With scenarios adapted from real clinical situations that occurred in healthcare and community settings, this edition continues to address the core principles for the provision of quality care and the prevention of adverse patient outcomes." -- Provided by publisher.

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