The Essential Concepts of Nursing Text and Evolve eBooks Package

The Essential Concepts of Nursing Text and Evolve eBooks Package : A Critical Review

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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 388 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 751g
  • Elsevier Health Sciences
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0702041254
  • 9780702041259
  • 1,680,012

Table of contents

Foreword, Professor Peggy ChinnForeword, Professor Afaf MelisPrefaceContributing AuthorsChapter One: An Introduction to Concepts and their Analyses, Hugh McKenna & John CutcliffeChapter Two: A Concept Analysis of Abuse, Judee OnyskiwChapter Three: A Concept Analysis of Caring, Tanya McCanceChapter Four: A Concept Analysis of Comfort, Linda Lowe and John CutcliffeChapter Five: A Concept Analysis of Coping, Catherine BlackChapter Six: A Concept Analysis of Dignity, Jerome MarleyChapter Seven: The Concept of Empathy, Bill ReynoldsChapter Eight: A Critical Examination of the Concept of Empowerment, Jim Dooher & Richard ByrtChapter Nine: A Concept Analysis of Facilitation, Carole McIlrathChapter Ten: Delineating the Concept of Fatigue using a Pragmatic Utility Approach, Karin Olson & Janice MorseChapter Eleven: Grief - an Analysis of the Concept as it Relates to Bereavement, Kate SullivanChapter Twelve: Diversity or Divisiveness? A Critical Analysis of Hope, Cheryl NekoliachukChapter Thirteen: Taking Humour Seriously - an Analysis of the Concept of 'Humour,' Kristiina HyrkasChapter Fourteen: An Analysis of Loneliness as a Concept of Importance for Dying Persons, Bob BrownChapter Fifteen: A concept analysis of shame, Mary Hasse & Lanny MagnassunChapter Sixteen: Towards a Praxis of Suffering, Janice MorseChapter Seventeen: A Concept Analysis of Nursing Support, Dianne Ellis, Sue Jackson & Chris StevensonChapter Eighteen: A Concept Analysis of Therapeutic Touch, Jim CampbellChapter Nineteen: A Concept Analysis of Therapeutic Relationships, Mary ChambersChapter Twenty: Towards an Understanding of Trust, Wendy AustinChapter Twenty One: A Concept Analysis of Vulnerability, Jude SpiersChapter Twenty Two: The Evolution of Concept Analysis - Where do we go from Here?, John Cutcliffe and Hugh McKennashow more