By Sue Chilton, Heather Bain
A Textbook of neighborhood Nursing is a accomplished and evidence-based creation overlaying the entire variety subject matters, together with specialist methods to care, public well-being, eHealth, healing relationships and the position of group nursing in psychological overall healthiness. the recent version has been up to date all through, together with new directions and rules. It additionally offers a better concentrate on evidence-based practice.
This uncomplicated and obtainable textbook contains:
- Current concept, coverage, and instructions for perform. All chapters are underpinned by means of a robust proof base;
- Learning goals for every bankruptcy, plus workouts and actions to check present realizing, advertise reflective perform, and inspire extra reading;
- Case stories and examples from perform which draw on all branches of neighborhood nursing to demonstrate sensible software of theory.
This is a necessary textual content for all pre-registration nursing scholars, scholars on expert neighborhood nursing classes, and certified nurses coming into group perform for the 1st time.
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CASE STUDY Mr John Smith is an 82-year-old gentleman who lives with his wife Mary (72 years old) in a semi-detached house. The house has one bathroom situated upstairs and no toilet downstairs. Mr Smith is a retired dockyard worker who smokes 20 cigarettes per day and used to enjoy an active social life centred on the local social club. An extended family comprising a son and his wife also lives nearby. Mr Smith’s mobility has gradually declined over the last 5 years and he is presently housebound because of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
References 33 At the end the success of the intervention will be evaluated with the client. The nurse may need to discuss the possibility of relapse with Mr Smith while reassuring him that support is always available to him should this occur. CONCLUSION As services are redesigned to deliver care closer to home, there is an increased emphasis upon the next generation of nurses to experience the delivery of nursing care in community environments. It is widely acknowledged that community environments are where there is an emphasis on health promotion and prevention of ill health and a recognition of how ‘external influences and social factors can impact upon nursing assessment, interventions and activities’ (NMC, 2010: 38).
THE TRADITIONAL MODEL OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE It is not easy to define precisely what a professional is or indeed what professionalism is–both concepts are fluid and contested areas (Evetts, 1999). Traditionally, a professional is someone who is associated with being part of an élite group of experts with claims to specialist knowledge and skills that license their practice. The nature of the work is vocational and like professional roles, such as law and medicine, is valued within society. Professionals exercise their duty in the best interests of their clients and thereby their approach is intentionally altruistic.