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Nursing Terminology 2015

by Speedy Publishing

One important part of passing one's nursing exams is being able to know all of the terms that are related to nursing. This knowledge will help for final exams, and it will allow for one to be able to better...


Intensive Care in Neurology and Neurosurgery

by Godoy, Daniel Agustín & Daniel Agustin Godoy

This volume presents the work of a group of international experts in neurocritical care. This book provides the physician with a quick and practical tool for consultation and it’s dedicated to brain-injured...


Helping people to give up smoking can be easy

by Fabio Lugoboni

Why is it so difficult to quit smoking? Often the main obstacle is the fear of failing. The situation is no different for health professionals, especially doctors. They too often stop because of their fear of...


How We Treat the Sick

by Michael Mandelstam

No official statistics are kept for the number of hospital patients, in particular older people, who are subjected to neglect and abuse. That is, left malnourished and dehydrated, in pain, allowed to develop...


Collaborative Learning in Practice

by Charlene Lobo, Rachel Paul & Kenda Crozier

Cited in the 2015 Willis review on nurse education as an exemplary system-wide approach for supporting learning in practice, Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) is an innovative coaching model that empowers...


Autumn's Grace

by Bonnie Lendrum

Families who would want to honour a parent’s request to not die in hospital, encounter obstacles that can defeat even accomplished health professionals. Autumns’ Grace is a story that spans a ten-month period...


The Road to Positive Work Cultures

by Carol J. Huston

Nursing has been consistently lauded as the most trusted profession, but it has a dirty secret: As colleagues and employees, nurses often do not receive the same care and kindness they give to patients. In fact,...


Nursing-Led Savings

by Paula Agosto, Megan Bernstein, Cheryl Gebeline-Myers & Jackie Noll et al.

The quest for cost savings in hospitals and health systems too often prompts leaders to rush to make major cuts in the largest budget line item: staffing and labor costs. Evidence shows, though, that cutting...


A Nurse’s Step-By-Step Guide to Publishing a Dissertation or DNP Project

by Karen Roush

As a newly minted PhD or DNP, you’ve completed your dissertation or scholarly project. Congratulations! Wondering whether or how to publish? Confused about the publication process? Feeling overwhelmed? You...


Unfolding Health Assessment Case Studies for the Student Nurs

by Kristi Maynard & Andrea Adimando

Critical thinking can be the difference between keeping patients safe and putting them in harm’s way. But as a student nurse, you may find that mastering these skills is challenging, and you may lack confidence...


The Influence of Psychological Trauma in Nursing

by Karen J. Foli & John R. Thompson

As nurses know firsthand, the impact of psychological trauma is not limited to those who experience it. Others—including nurses and caregivers—are indirectly affected. In healthcare, patients’ psychological...


INSPIREd Healthcare

by Billie Lynn Allard

In today’s environment where healthcare costs are outpacing the economy, healthcare systems are shifting from fee-for-service to value-based payment to deliver high-quality care while reducing costs. This...


Mastering Simulation, Second Edition

by Janice C. Palaganas, Beth Tamplet Ulrich & Mary E. (Beth) Mancini

Simulation can be a valuable tool in academic or clinical settings, but technology changes quickly, and faculty, students, and clinicians need to know how to respond. Understanding simulation scenarios and environments...


The Healthcare Executive’s Guide to Navigating the Surgical Suite: A Roadmap to the OR and Perioperative Services

by Gerlad E. Biala & Therese A. Fitzpatrick

Surgical services carry some of the highest risks and rewards of all healthcare specialties. They also present specific challenges. Those unfamiliar with the surgical suite’s inner workings may struggle to...


Etiquette & Communication Strategies for Nurses, Third Edition

by Kathleen D. Pagana

This revised and expanded third edition of Etiquette & Communication Strategies for Nurses will help you increase your confidence, enhance your reputation, and focus your career aspirations. Filled with practical...


Developing a Residency in Post-Acute Care

by Edna Cadmus, Susan Salmond, Linda Hassler & Nancy Bohnarczyk et al.

As the U.S. population ages, healthcare is shifting from acute care environments to post-acute and community settings. New nurses in particular lack the specialized knowledge required for chronic care and gerontological...


De-Escalating Violence in Healthcare

by S. E. McKnight

Violent incidents are more than four times as likely to occur in healthcare settings than in other professional workplaces, taking a toll on healthcare workers and spurring providers and policymakers to solve...


Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, 4th Edition

by Cynthia Saver

If you need to make the leap from single sentences to a published manuscript, you will find valuable help and resources in this fully updated fourth edition of Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses....


Delivering Quality Healthcare for People With Disability

by Suzanne C. Smeltzer

Disability is a universal aspect of the human experience. It will affect all of us, either directly or indirectly, at some point in our lives. Healthcare professionals frequently provide care for and communicate...


Self-Care for New and Student Nurses

by Dorrie K Fontaine, Tim Cunningham & Natalie May

Self-Care for New and Student Nurses presents techniques to prepare you for stressors present now and those to come. No matter where you are in your nursing career, this book offers you multiple ways to prioritize...