Primary Nursing in der stationären Altenpflege

Author: Tanja Stuhl

Publisher: Schlütersche

ISBN: 3842680503

Category: Medical

Page: 92

View: 6658

Gerade in der Altenpflege ist es wichtig den Bewohner ganzheitlich zu sehen. Primary Nursing schafft dazu die Voraussetzungen. Die Pflege ist so organisiert, dass jeder Patient nur eine Ansprechpartnerin hat, die Primary Nurse. Sie kümmert sich dauerhaft um ihn und arbeitet im kleinen Team zusammen mit Associate Nurse und Assistant Nurse. So fließt die Information besser. Die Qualität der Versorgung steigt. Die Bewohner und ihre Angehörigen sind zufriedener. Ebenso die Pflegekräfte, da sie eigenverantwortlich arbeiten können. Dieses Buch beschreibt anhand praktischer Erfahrungen, wie sich Primary Nursing in der Altenpflege umsetzen lässt. Zunächst wird dazu der Unterschied zwischen Funktions-, Bereichspflege und Primary Nursing erklärt. Daran schließen sich mehrere Erfahrungsberichte aus der Praxis an. Probleme werden gezeigt, Lösungen dargestellt. Ein unverzichtbares Buch für jede Einrichtung in der Altenpflege, die sich einer hohen Qualität und Bewohner- sowie Mitarbeiterzufriedenheit verpflichtet fühlt.

Teamorganisation mit Primary Nursing

Ein systemischer Organisationsentwicklungsansatz im Krankenhaus

Author: Thorsten Bücker

Publisher: Schlütersche

ISBN: 3842680732

Category: Medical

Page: 108

View: 3343

Seit Einführung der DRGs erhalten Deutschlands Kliniken weniger Geld. Dies bedeutet Kürzungen bei den Personal- oder Sachkosten. Doch das geht zu Lasten der Qualität, des verbliebenen Personals und der Patienten. Der Ausweg aus dieser Sackgasse ist ein Perspektivenwechsel: Welche Leistungsstruktur liegt hinter den DRGs? Wie lassen sich Prozesse und Strukturen im Krankenhaus optimieren? Die Lösung: Ein Team aus Ärzten und Pflegekräften (u.a. die Primary Nurse) kümmert sich um eine bestimmte Anzahl von Patienten. Diese Beziehung beginnt bei der Aufnahme und endet bei der Entlassung. Die Vorteile: Der Patient kennt "seine" Ärzte und "seine" Primary Nurse. Informationen gehen kurze Wege, und der Patient hat stets feste Ansprechpartner. Dieser ganzheitliche Ansatz ermöglicht eine flachere Hierarchie, den direkten Informationsfluss und gewährleistet eine hohe Qualität. Doch die Einführung von Primary Nursing verlangt eine Neuorganisation der gesamten ärztlich-pflegerischen Arbeit. Wie diese Organisation aussieht, was sie verlangt und wie sie umzusetzen ist, dies sind die Themen dieses Buches. Denn: Primary Nursing ist nur so gut wie die Organisation, in der es betrieben wird. Richtig angewandt, ist Primary Nursing einer der Königswege aus der Sackgasse der steigenden Kosten und sinkenden Einnahmen.

Primary Nursing: Ein Konzept für die ambulante Pflege

Ein Leitfaden zur Implementierung eines neuen Pflegesystems

Author: Hannelore Josuks

Publisher: Schlütersche

ISBN: 3842681054

Category: Medical

Page: 136

View: 1325

Pflege soll mit einem Höchstmaß an Qualität geleistet werden. Obwohl immer weniger Zeit und Personal vorhanden sind. Gerade ambulante Pflege-Einrichtungen brauchen eine entsprechende Organisationsform, wenn sie diesen Spagat bestehen wollen: Primary Nursing ist eine gute Möglichkeit. In diesem Buch finden Pflegeeinrichtungen das bewährte Konzept für die konkrete Umsetzung von Primary Nursing in der ambulanten Pflege. In der Neuauflage berichten drei ambulante Einrichtungen über ihre Erfahrungen mit dem Modell Primary Nursing. Es zeigt sich dabei einmal mehr, wie sich mit Primary Nursing die aktuellen Anforderungen an eine gute Pflege erfüllen lassen.

Public Health Nursing

Author: Marianne Brieskorn-Zinke

Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag

ISBN: 9783170195011

Category: Medical

Page: 168

View: 440

Gesundheit ist ein hohes Gut. Auch die Pflegeberufe sind im Zuge einer neu entstehenden gesellschaftlichen Praventionskultur aufgerufen, ihre professionsspezifischen Beitrage in Gesundheitsforderung und Pravention zu leisten. Das Buch stellt erstmalig im deutschsprachigen Raum einen konzeptionellen Rahmen dazu vor, der auf der europaischen Tradition des Public Health Nursing basiert. Die public-health-orientierten Tatigkeitsfelder in der Pflege werden vorgestellt als Pravention und Gesundheitsforderung, sowohl innerhalb pflegerischer Arbeitsfelder als auch als Mitarbeit bei der Primarpravention ausserhalb der Gesundheitsversorgung. An Beispielen aus der Praxis wird exemplarisch aufgezeigt, wie aus den unterschiedlichen pflegerischen Arbeitsfeldern heraus Beitrage zu den einzelnen Tatigkeitsfeldern entwickelt werden konnen. Dabei wird deutlich, dass die Pflege in den deutschsprachigen Landern ihre Rolle in der Public-Health-Gemeinschaft nur erfullen kann, wenn sie bereit ist, aus den gewohnten Handlungsfeldern herauszutreten und zukunftig neue pflegerische Ziele und Interventionen in das berufliche Selbstverstandnis mit aufnimmt.

Nursing, Health, and the Environment

Author: Committee on Enhancing Environmental Health Content in Nursing Practice,Institute of Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 0309588243

Category: Medical

Page: 277

View: 4954

America's nurses, an estimated 2 million strong, are often at the frontlines in confronting environmental health hazards. Yet most nurses have not received adequate training to manage these hazards. Nursing, Health, and the Environment explores the effects that environmental hazards (including those in the workplace) have on the health of patients and communities and proposes specific strategies for preparing nurses to address them. The committee documents the magnitude of environmental hazards and discusses the importance of the relationship between nursing, health, and the environment from three broad perspectives Practice--The authors address environmental health issues in the nursing process, potential controversies over nurses taking a more activist stance on environmental health issues, and more. Education--The volume presents the status of environmental health content in nursing curricula and credentialing, and specific strategies for incorporating more environmental health into nursing preparation. Research--The book includes a survey of the available knowledge base and options for expanding nursing research as it relates to environmental health hazards.

Men in Nursing

History, Challenges, and Opportunities

Author: Chad E. O'Lynn, RN, PhD,Russell E. Tranbarger, RN, EdD, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826103499

Category: Medical

Page: 320

View: 4876

Named an Outstanding Academic Title for 2007 byChoice! "[A] fascinating historical perspective on men in nursing; the societal stereotypes associated with nurses and nursing; and the gender-based barriers facing males in the profession and those considering nursing as a career....Everyone in the expanding health care delivery system should read this book on men's contributions to the field of nursing. Essential." --Choice From the Foreword: "At a time when all of the world's talent must be tapped to provide the top-notch quality of health care that we all need and deserve, no profession can afford to ignore any of its brightest and best. Gender neutrality in nursing must be attained; our future patients deserve it. Thankfully this book will help." --- Eleanor J. Sullivan, PhD, RN, FAAN, Former Dean, University of Kansas School of Nursing and Past President, Sigma Theta Tau International "This book is the first of its kind and a very valuable addition to the nursing literatureÖ.It is an excellent read and has many implications for nursing educationÖ" Score: 96, 4 stars --Doody's "The editors and contributors...are not afraid to tackle controversial topics like reverse gender discrimination in nursing leadership, masculine styles of nursing care, and the effects of gender on communication and workplace relationships. Other chapters explore the history and accomplishments of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN), lessons learned from other countries...and future leadership opportunities for male nurses in the 21st century, including recommendations for a men's health nurse practitioner curriculum." --Minority Nurse If you're thinking about a career in nursing or currently practicing in the field, this new innovative guide is just for you. For the first time, authors, educators and practicing nurses, Chad O'Lynn and Russell Tanbarger offer a unique insider's view to how men work, succeed, and survive in this fast growing segment of the healthcare industry. From the barriers and stereotypes men must overcome, to the basic daily work needs they have as nurses, this book covers the entire spectrum of career-based issues men face today and have faced in the past. Men in Nursing is the perfect guide for men seeking a career in this fast growing industry. From insider advice and real-life experiences, this new innovative and inspiring guide is a must-have for everyone involved in the field today. Topics Covered Include: History-Presents an inspirational overview of the contributions men have made to the nursing field. Current Issues - Provides recommendations to address barriers such as reverse discrimination, workplace communication and leadership. Worldwide Perspective - Includes examples from countries outside the United States proving similarities and concerns exist throughout the world. Future Directions-Offers insight and solutions in order to grow and maintain the interest and enthusiasm of men for careers in nursing. Essential Data Included: List of U.S. Nursing Schools for Men Curriculum Recommendations Top 10 Barriers Men Face Important Research Data o lynn olynn

European nursing informatics

Author: A. Lauterbach

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3833000171

Category:

Page: 308

View: 9116

Dieses Buch ist die Dokumentation des wissenschaftlichen Kongresses ENI 2002, der im September 2002 in Zürich stattgefunden hat. Der Band gibt ein Überblick über die Entwicklungen und Trends der Disziplin Pflege Informatik : Terminologien: ICNP, i-NMDS, Nanda-Transcodierung, B-NMDS, PIK-Codierung, GR-DRG-Codierung ; Dokumentation: welche Daten? Auswirkungen der DV-Dokumentation, Pflegeleistungserfassung, LEP, ICD, Nursing Data ; Anwendungen: E-Learning, Beratung bei Pflegedokumentationssystemen, Nurses mind manager, Fachweiterbildung FIP. Ergänzt wird das Buch durch die Internetseite : www.lernwelten.info Auf dieser Seite können alle Buchbeiträge auch als Videovorträge mit Folien eingesehen werden. [Hrsg.] [Inhaltsauszug] S.45-49: Pflegedok : wie Sie die Stafette zum vollkommenen KIS gewinnen / Carol van Willigen. - S. 53-57: Der Weg zu einer einheitlichen Terminologie in der Pflege : von Pflegestandards über ICNP zu einer DV-gestützten Pflegeplanung / Christa Gottwald. - S. 59-62: Towards an international Nursing Minimum Data Set (i-NMDS). - S. 69-76: Der elektronische Pflegeprozess mit ICNP [in der Klinik St. Pirminsberg, Kanton St. Gallen] / Franz Elmer. - S. 77-86: Vorgehensmodell zur Codierung pflegerischer Daten in die ICNP (OsnaMAP) / Bärbel Berekoven, Ursula Hübner, Matthias Hinz. - S. 93-97: Updating the Belgian Nursing Minimum Data Set : need and framework / Walter Sermeus, Koen van der Heede. - S. 99-113: Kodierung standardisierter Pflegepläne in PIK mittels ICNP auf einer psychiatrischen Station am Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg / Agnes van Dyk. - S. 115-128: Klassifikation von medizinischen und pflegerischen Diagnosen und Implikationen für das GR-DRG-System / Dirk Hunstein. - S. 169-179: Übersicht über Pflegeleistungserfassungssysteme [LEP, PLAISIR, PRN, PPR, PZE, RUG III, SEP, MEDICUS, OPC, NISS, GRASP, ZEBRA] / Peer Christoph Sowa. - S. 197-203: DOSSI, das elektronische Pflegedokumentationssystem / Bernadette Hilpert, Ernst Geiger [das Projekt DOSSI (Dossier des soins informatisé) wurde 1999 durch das HUG (Hôpitaux universitaires de Genève) initiert]. - S. 215-226: Utilisation des nomenclatures infirmières dans un dossier de soins informatisé / Christian Lovis, Jacques Butel, Antoine Geissbühler. - S. 227-232: Methode LEP Nursing Leistungserfassung in der Pflege / Ulrich Bamert. - S. 233-240: Erfassung pflegerelevanter ICD's im Krankenhaus zur Verbesserung der Kodierqualität als Vorbereitung auf die Einführung der DRG's / Sabine Peer, Stephan Lorenz. - S. 241-242: Projekt NURSING data / Alain Junger. - S. 243-252: E-Learning in der Pflege : Entwicklung und Anwendung einer multimedialen Courseware / Ursula Hübner et al. - S. 253-260: Projektierung eines Pflegeinofrmationssystems / Manuela Raiss. - Etc

Juta's Manual of Nursing

Author: Anne Young,C. F. Van Niekerk,S Mogotlane

Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd

ISBN: 9780702156656

Category: Medical

Page: 800

View: 4603

The basics of fundamental and general nursing science are presented in this health resource for auxiliary, enrolled, and registered general nurses. A strong community nursing focus infuses the outcome-based teachings and questions to stimulate further discussion. Practical information on nursing in South Africa is provided, including working in the legal framework, managing the challenges of nursing in a culturally diverse society, and dealing with patients suffering from HIV and AIDS. Medical teachings on the use of oxygen, temperature regulation, mobility, and skin integrity complement the ethical discussions.

Nursing as Caring

A Model for Transforming Practice

Author: Anne Boykin,National League for Nursing

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763716431

Category: Medical

Page: 71

View: 5353

Caring is an essential value in the personal and professional lives of nurses. This book is a response to the call for a theory of nursing as caring. The Nursing as Caring theory is about a unique way of living, caring in the world. This theory provides a view that can be lived in all nursing situations and can be practiced alone or in combination with other theories.Please note there is a ten copy minimum order for this title.

Nursing Diagnosis Reference Manual

Author: Sheila Sparks Ralph,Cynthia M. Taylor

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9781582552927

Category: Medical

Page: 758

View: 5303

Nursing Diagnosis Reference Manual, Sixth Edition helps nursing students and practicing nurses prepare care plans accurately and efficiently for every NANDA-approved nursing diagnosis. The book features a life-cycle format, with sections on adult, adolescent, child, maternal-neonatal, and geriatric health. Sections on community-based health (care plans on home health, health promotion, and more) and psychiatric/mental health round out the volume. Each care plan includes clear-cut criteria for identifying the right nursing diagnosis, assessment guidelines, outcome statements, rationales with all interventions, and documentation guidelines.

Theoretical Nursing

Development and Progress

Author: Afaf Ibrahim Meleis

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781736732

Category: Medical

Page: 807

View: 8331

This text guides you through the evolution of nursing's theoretical foundations and examines the ways in which these principles influence the practice of the discipline."--Jacket.

Nursing Theories and Models

Author: Hugh P. McKenna

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415142229

Category: Medical

Page: 276

View: 9107

Nursing theory is a major part of all nursing courses and nurses are encouraged to use theories in practice, but it is not always easy for the student to make a real connection between the two. Drawing on many years' experience of teaching and research, Hugh McKenna addresses the theory needs of both students and qualified staff. He demystifies the confusing terminology associated with nursing theory and shows how all nurses can build theory from practice through reflection and analysis. This text offers step-by-step guidelines on: * how to analyse concepts * how to generate and select theory * how to apply and test theory in practice. Written in a friendly, easy to read style, Nursing Theories and Models puts forward realistic strategies for bridging the theory-practice gap.

Nursing Informatics

Where Caring and Technology Meet

Author: Marion J. Ball,Kathryn J. Hannah,Susan K. Newbold,Judith V. Douglas

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387989235

Category: Medical

Page: 447

View: 2490

Since publication of the first edition in 1988, this book has established itself as the premier reference text for nurses, nursing administrators, nursing students, and other health care professionals who seek a state-of-the-art review of the role of IT in the nursing profession. The third edition of this seminal work keeps readers at the forefront of the rapidly evolving field of nursing informatics, examining new trends and thoroughly updating and revising all content. New chapters include: Selecting a Nursing Informatics Consultant; Project Management; Consumer Informatics; Data Mining; Education (CME, Patient); Electronic Medical Imaging; Nursing Informatics Competencies; Telehealth and Implications; Business Process Reengineering; Nursing's Role in Telehealth.

Nursing Diagnosis

Application to Clinical Practice

Author: Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781781213

Category: Medical

Page: 999

View: 8083

Explains the role of nursing diagnosis in clinical practice; provides information on definitions, characteristics, related factors, and interventions for nursing diagnoses; and offers information on collaborative problems.

Nursing Theories in Practice

Author: Marilyn E. Parker

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780887374975

Category: Medical

Page: 301

View: 5647

This dynamic collection features Margaret Newman, Dorothy Johnson, Dor othea Orem, Myra Levine, Betty Neuman, Imogene King, Martha Rogers, an d Jean Watson.

Nursing Administration Handbook

Author: Howard Rowland,Beatrice Rowland

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780834209268

Category: Medical

Page: 695

View: 1754

With the recent new and radical developments in the health care field that have been introduced at a breathless pace, nurse administrators must work to stay informed of the developments that affect their nursing departments both directly and indirectly. The Nursing Administration Handbook has a long track record, both as a textbook and as a hands-on tool for nurse executives seeking insight and step-by-step guidance in all aspects of administration. The fourth edition of this text surveys the entire field of nursing administration and incorporates the most significant new developments and current practices.

Nursing Theories

Conceptual and Philosophical Foundations, Second Edition

Author: Hesook Kim, PhD, RN,Ingrid Kollak

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826140050

Category: Medical

Page: 309

View: 5338

"This book is written for advanced nursing students. The second edition of Nursing theories explores the conceptual and philosophical foundations of selected major nursing theories. The book is not a survey or evaluation of nursing theories, but is designed to assist students in understanding the core philosophical concepts behind nursing theories and how they can be applied to current nursing practice. New to this second edition: Essays warranted by developments in the science and research of nursing. Three chapters addressing: pragmatism, evidence-based nursing, biography. Newly authored chapters on systems and transcultural thoughts reflecting current thinking and new directions. Completely rewritten chapters on interaction and self-care to incorporate current debates"--Provided by the publisher.

Getting the Most From Nursing School: A Guide to Becoming a Nurse

Author: Robert Atkins

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9781449630850

Category: Medical

Page: 256

View: 4994

Find Success in Nursing School! Getting The Most From Nursing School presents a roadmap to guide talented men and women along their journey from considering nursing as a profession to their first position as a registered nurse. This exceptional resource provides the necessary guidance to ensure that students get the most from their education and become excellent care providers, policymakers, educators, and researchers and achieve their goal of improving the health and well-being of others. Getting The Most From Nursing School is written by a doctorally prepared nurse, researcher, and professor and can be distinguished by its evidence-based information, its anecdotes, and its empirically grounded recommendations from nurses who have decades of experience in both clinical practice and as educators. Sample chapters include: Why become a nurse? Nursing school is tough...getting through the classes Surviving and succeeding in clinical Preparing for success on the NCLEX

Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care

Author: Margaret M. Andrews,Joyceen S. Boyle

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781790376

Category: Medical

Page: 487

View: 833

Conveys the importance of diverse cultural knowledge for evaluation of patient outcomes, understanding persons in clinical settings, and appropriate responses during the nurse/client interaction.