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Pediatric Nursing Care: A Concept-Based Approach Includes Navigate 2 Premier Access

Author(s): Luanne Linnard-Palmer, RN, MSN, EdD, CPN, Professor of Nursing, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, California, Pediatric Oncology Nurse Coordinator, Stanford University, Lucille Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto, California, Pediatric Staff Nurse, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284081428
  • Navigate 2 Premier Access     490 pages      © 2019
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Pediatric Nursing Care: A Concept-Based Approach teaches undergraduate nursing students the need to know information for working in a pediatric nursing environment. The text has a strong focus on patient safety and QSEN competencies as well as the Family Centered Care Theory. This pediatric-focused text emphasizes communication and interdisciplinary team work, provides family education guidelines, questions for soliciting health history and employs a concept-based approach to the content. This text is differentiated from others through its unique approach to family dynamics including constellation, culture and religious influences to pediatric treatment.

Key Features:

  • Evolving case studies per chapter
  • Concept-based exercises
  • Critical thinking clinical exercises
  • Research tips and facts
  • Emphasis on unique aspects of family dynamics
  • Practice-centered case studies drawn from clinical experience
  • Pharmacological “Must Know” tips provide link between content and drug safety
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Unit  I  Overview of Pediatric Nursing Care
  Chapter  1  Introduction to Children's Health Care
  Chapter  2  Care Across Clinical Settings
Unit  II  Safety in Caring for Children and Families
  Chapter  3  Essential Safety Models
Unit  III  Models of Care
  Chapter  4  Cultural and Religious Influences to Care
  Chapter  5  Working and Communicating with an Interdisciplinary Team
Unit  IV  Developmentally Focused Care and Developmental Milestones
  Chapter  6  Caring for Neonates and Infants
  Chapter  7  Caring for Toddlers
  Chapter  8  Caring for Preschoolers
  Chapter  9  Caring for School-Age Children
  Chapter  10  Caring for Adolescents
  Chapter  11  Symptom Management Across Childhood
Unit  V  Caring for Families in Need
  Chapter  12  Caring for Families Under Stress
  Chapter  13  Caring for an Abused Child
Unit  VI  Concept-Based Care in Pediatrics
  Chapter  14  Gastrointestinal Elimination
  Chapter  15  Metabolism
  Chapter  16  Gas Exchange and Oxygenation
  Chapter  17  Skin Integrity
  Chapter  18  Cellular Regulation
  Chapter  19  Cardiovascular Perfusion
  Chapter  20  Sensory Perceptions: Impairments and Disorders
  Chapter  21  Intracranial Regulation
  Chapter  22  Genitourinary Elimination
  Chapter  23  Mobility
  Chapter  24  Cognition and Mental Health
  Chapter  25  Immune System Disorders
  Chapter  26  Infection and Communicable Diseases in Childhood
Unit  VII  Implementing Principles of Safe Care
  Chapter  27  Essential Skills for Pediatric Nursing
  Chapter  28  Safe and Legal Aspects of Care
  Chapter  29  Care of the Acutely Ill or Critically Ill Child
  Chapter  30  The Dying Child

Luanne Linnard-Palmer, RN, MSN, EdD, CPN-Professor of Nursing, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, California, Pediatric Oncology Nurse Coordinator, Stanford University, Lucille Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto, California, Pediatric Staff Nurse, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California

Dr. Luanne Linnard-Palmer RN CPN has been a nurse for over 31 years. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Humboldt State University, her MSN at University of San Francisco School of Nursing and her Ed.D at University of San Francisco, School of Education. She obtained a post doctorate from University of California in San Francisco (UCSF) in the Department of Family Health Nursing under the direction of Dr. Susan Kools. Dr. Linnard-Palmer is a tenured professor at Dominican University of California in Marin County teaching pediatrics, research and pharmacology. She continues her clinical practice as a pediatric oncology nurse coordinator for Stanford University, Lucille Packard Children's Hospital and pediatric staff nurse at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Dr. Linnard-Palmer's program of research centers around safety, medication and medical error reduction, illumination of Power Distance, simulation safety education and cultural/religious influences to medical treatment refusal or limitation in pediatric health care. Dr. Linnard-Palmer enjoys accompanying her students abroad to discover how health care is administered in various countries including Costa Rica, Spain and Uganda.

Additional Titles by this Author
  • Chapter 1
    Introduction to Children`s Health Care
  • Chapter 3
    Safety in Caring for Children and Families
  • Front Matter
    Table of Contents, Preface, Acknowledgments, Reviewers
  • Chapter 5
    Working and Communicating with an Interdisciplinary Team

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ISBN-13: 9781284081428

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