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TitleNursing as Therapy [electronic resource] / edited by Richard McMahon, Alan Pearson
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1991
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-3091-0
Descript XIV, 218 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Over the past 20years, nursing has begun to rediscover some of its basic 'truths' which have become obscured because of the rise in technology and medical knowledge this century. One of these basic 'truths' is the concern of this book - that intelligent, sensitive nursing does make a difference to the consumers of health care. Like most essential truths, this seems almost too obvious to be stated. Nevertheless, many nurses have become increasingly aware of a commonly held view that ,getting better' or staying healthy is largely dependent upon the intervention of or monitoring by medical practitioners and paramedical therapists together with the technology they use and that nurses merely carry out the orders of such workers and keep things in order. An apt analogy, frequently used, is that of the air journey. The point of the journey is to get from A to Band is largely dependentupon the aeroplane (i.e. the technology in health care) and the crew in the cockpit (i.e


CONTENT

1 Therapeutic nursing: theory, issues and practice -- 2 Reflection and the evaluation of experience: prerequisites for therapeutic practice -- 3 A search for the therapeutic dimensions of nurse-patient interaction -- 4 Patient education in therapeutic nursing -- 5 Facilitating therapeutic nursing and independent practice -- 6 Tailoring research for advanced nursing practice -- 7 An exploration of touch and its use in nursing -- 8 Breaking the mould: a humanistic approach to nursing practice -- 9 Taking up the challenge: the future for therapeutic nursing


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