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Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing + Skills in Clinical Nursing + Clinical Reasoning : 4th Edition - Audrey Berman

Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing + Skills in Clinical Nursing + Clinical Reasoning

4th Edition

Multi-Copy Pack Published: 9th March 2018
ISBN: 9781488687686

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This pack contains 1 copy of Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing Volumes 1-3, 1 copy of Skills in Clinical Nursing and 1 copy of Clinical Reasoning.

The fourth Australian edition of Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing has undergone a rigorous review and writing process and reflects the contemporary changes in the regulation of nursing.

It continues to focus on the three core philosophies of person-centred care, critical thinking and clinical reasoning and cultural safety. These three philosophical foundations are interwoven in a meaningful way through each chapter.

With an evidence-based approach, students will develop skills in problem solving, critical thinking, clinical reasoning and learn to care for people in ways that signify respect, acceptance, empathy, connectedness, cultural sensitivity and genuine concern.


Note: This edition provides relevant nursing diagnoses written in a way that is reflective of Australia nursing practice and nomenclature and does not refer to NANDA taxonomy of diagnostic terminology.

 

Clinical Reasoning

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.

Skills in Clinical Nursing is a visual Australian resource to support nurses to achieve competency in the most relevant skills performed in clinical practice, aligned to the NMBA standards for professional practice.

The first Australian edition of Skills in Clinical Nursing is a definitive resource that has been designed as a practical and easy-to-navigate reference for both the classroom and clinical practice settings. This text includes 95 of the most important skills performed by nursing students and graduates, organised from simple to complex and written to reflect current evidence-based practice guidelines.

Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing

VOLUME ONE

  • UNIT 1 The Nature of Nursing
  • Chapter 1 Historical and Contemporary Nursing Practice
  • Chapter 2 Nurse Education, Research and Evidence-based Practice
  • Chapter 3 Nursing Theories and Conceptual Frameworks
  • Chapter 4 Legal Aspects of Nursing
  • Chapter 5 Values, Ethics and Advocacy
  • UNIT 2 Contemporary Health Care
  • Chapter 6 Health Care Delivery Systems
  • Chapter 7 Community Health
  • Chapter 8 Home Care
  • Chapter 9 Regional, Rural and Remote Nursing
  • Chapter 10 Health Informatics
  • UNIT 3 The Nursing Process
  • Chapter 11 Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process
  • Chapter 12 Assessing
  • Chapter 13 Diagnosing
  • Chapter 14 Planning
  • Chapter 15 Implementing and Evaluating
  • Chapter 16 Documenting and Reporting
  • UNIT 4 Health Beliefs and Practices
  • Chapter 17 Health Promotion
  • Chapter 18 Health, Wellness and Illness
  • Chapter 19 Culture, Nursing and Indigenous Health
  • Chapter 20 Complementary and Alternative Therapies
  • UNIT 5 Lifespan Development
  • Chapter 21 Concepts of Growth and Development
  • Chapter 22 Promoting Health from Conception through to Adolescence
  • Chapter 23 Promoting Health in Young and Middle-aged Adults
  • Chapter 24 Promoting Health in Older Adults
  • Chapter 25 Promoting Family Health

VOLUME TWO

  • UNIT 6 Integral Aspects of Nursing
  • Chapter 26 Caring
  • Chapter 27 Communicating
  • Chapter 28 Teaching and Learning
  • Chapter 29 Leading and Managing
  • UNIT 7 Assessing Health
  • Chapter 30 Vital Signs
  • Chapter 31 Health Assessment
  • UNIT 8 Integral Components of Individualised Care
  • Chapter 32 Infection Prevention and Control
  • Chapter 33 Safety
  • Chapter 34 Hygiene
  • Chapter 35 Diagnostic Testing
  • Chapter 36 Medications
  • Chapter 37 Skin Integrity and Wound Care
  • Chapter 38 Perioperative Nursing
VOLUME THREE
  • UNIT 9 Promoting Psychosocial Health
  • Chapter 39 Sensory Perception
  • Chapter 40 Self-concept
  • Chapter 41 Sexuality
  • Chapter 42 Spirituality
  • Chapter 43 Stress and Coping
  • Chapter 44 Loss, Grieving and Death
  • Chapter 45 Mental Health Nursing
  • UNIT 10 Promoting Physiological Health
  • Chapter 46 Activity and Exercise
  • Chapter 47 Sleep
  • Chapter 48 Pain Management
  • Chapter 49 Nutrition
  • Chapter 50 Urinary Elimination
  • Chapter 51 Faecal Elimination
  • Chapter 52 Oxygenation
  • Chapter 53 Circulation
  • Chapter 54 Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid–Base Balance

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Skills in Clinical Nursing
  • UNIT 1 Infection Control
  • Section 1.1 Introduction
  • Section 1.2 Hand hygiene
  • Section 1.3 Using personal protective equipment
  • Section 1.4 Standard and transmission-based precautions
  • Section 1.5 Gowning and gloving
  • Section 1.6 Aseptic technique
  • UNIT 2 Safe Patient Moving
  • Section 2.1 Introduction
  • Section 2.2 Mobility and falls risk assessment
  • Section 2.3 Helping a person out of bed
  • Section 2.4 Assisting with mobilisation
  • Section 2.5 Turning or moving a dependent person
  • Section 2.6 Using a lifting device
  • UNIT 3 Health Assessment
  • Section 3.1 Introduction
  • Section3.2 Examination Techniques
  • Section 3.3 Assessing Vital Signs
  • Section 3.4 Primary Survey
  • Section 3.5 Secondary Survey
  • Section 3.6 Diagnostic Testing:
  • 3.6.1 Blood Glucose
  • 3.6.2 Mid Stream Urine     
  • UNIT 4 Hygiene Care
  • Section 4.1 Introduction
  • Section 4.2 Bed-bathing a dependent person
  • Section 4.3 Assisting with showering
  • Section 4.4 Oral care
  • UNIT 5 Skin and Wound Care
  • Section 5.1 Introduction
  • Section 5.2 Pressure injury assessment
  • Section 5.3 Wound assessment
  • Section 5.4 Simple wound dressing
  • Section 5.5 Wound irrigation
  • Section 5.6 Wound packing and/or removal of pack
  • Section 5.7 Wound drainage care
  • Section 5.8 Staples/sutures/clip removal
  • UNIT 6 Medication Administration
  • Section 6.1 Introduction
  • Section 6.2 Oral medication administration
  • Section 6.3 Topical medication administration
  • Section 6.4 Medication administration via enteral tubes
  • Section 6.5 Rectal medication administration
  • Section 6.6 Subcutaneous medication administration
  • Section 6.7 Intramuscular medication administration
  • Section 6.8 Intravenous medication administration (bolus and burette)
  • UNIT 7 Pain Management
  • Section 7.1 Introduction
  • Section 7.2 Pain assessment
  • Section 7.3 Patient controlled analgesia
  • Section 7.4 Non-pharmacological pain management
  • UNIT 8 Perioperative Nursing Skills
  • Section 8.1 Introduction
  • Section 8.2 Preparing a person for surgery
  • Section 8.3 Post-operative care
  • UNIT 9 Gastrointestinal Nursing Skills
  • Section 9.1 Introduction
  • Section 9.2 Abdominal assessment
  • Section 9.3 Assisting with feeding
  • Section 9.4 Nasogastric tube insertion and removal
  • Section 9.5 Enteral feeds
  • Section 9.6 Changing a stoma appliance
  • Section 9.7 Administration of an enema
  • UNIT 10 Genitourinary Nursing Skills
  • Section 10.1 Introduction
  • Section 10.2 Urinary assessment
  • Section 10.3 Urinary elimination
  • Section 10.4 Catheter management
  • UNIT 11 Cardiovascular Nursing Skills
  • Section 11.1 Introduction
  • Section 11.2 Cardiovascular assessment
  • Section 11.3 Taking a 12 lead electrocardiograph
  • Section 11.4 Cardiac monitoring
  • Section 11.5 Basic life support
  • Section 11.6 Advanced life support
  • Section 11.7 Venipuncture
  • Section 11.8 Managing intravenous lines
  • Section 11.9 Administering intravenous fluid therapy
  • Section 11.10 Administering blood component therapy
  • Section 11.11 Managing central lines
  • UNIT 12 Respiratory Nursing Skills
  • Section 12.1 Introduction
  • Section 12.2 Respiratory assessment
  • Section 12.3 Deep breathing and coughing exercises
  • Section 12.4 Incentive spirometry
  • Section 12.5 Providing oxygen
  • Section 12.6 Use of a nebuliser
  • Section 12.7 Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal suctioning
  • Section 12.8 Tracheostomy care
  • UNIT 13 Neurological Nursing Skills
  • Section 13.1 Introduction
  • Section 13.2 Neurological assessment
  • Section 13.3 Neurovascular assessment
  • UNIT 14 Mental Health Nursing Skills
  • Section 14.1 Introduction
  • Section 14.2 Mental health assessment
  • Section 14.3 Caring for a person having Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

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Clinical Reasoning
  • 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

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ISBN: 9781488687686
ISBN-10: 1488687684
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Multi-Copy Pack
Language: English
Published: 9th March 2018
Publisher: Pearson Education Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Edition Number: 4

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