Practical and comprehensive, you'll call on this handy reference often. It provides helpful information for all aspects of home care. This manual is based on a successful course, qTransition Into Home Care, q that was created at Brooklyn College of Nursing by the two authors. Many contributors add their expertise to give step-by-step guidance through every facet of the home care experience. The book begins with the referral, and takes you through the home visit, initiation of community resources, and termination of home services. Readers will learn all the essentials of making the visit, dealing with unique environments, patient populations and problems, and the issues affecting the home health nurse in a professional role. Coverage includes / goal planning / teaching / learning / formulating care plans, and all forms of documentation. Discussion is offered on the most challenging and controversial issues today, including TB, HIV, Mental Health Services in the home, High Tech developments, and maternal/newborn care. Five case studies provide a qreal lifeq look at home care practice.It provides helpful information for all aspects of home care. This manual is based on a successful course, aquot;Transition Into Home Care, aquot; that was created at Brooklyn College of Nursing by the two authors.
|Title||:||Home Care Manual|
|Author||:||Sheryl Mara Zang, Nellie C. Bailey|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1997|