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Paediatric Nursing in Australia

Paediatric Nursing in Australia
Principles for Practice

2nd Edition

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Donna Waters, Jennifer Fraser, Helen Stasa, Elizabeth Forster, Ibi Patane, Robyn Rosina, Loretta Scaini, Lindsay Smith, Julia Taylor, Nicola Brown, Robyn Galway, Nerralie Shaw
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  • Date Published: July 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316642221

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  • The second edition of Paediatric Nursing in Australia: Principles for Practice brings the important care of the child and young person to life, by equipping students with essential knowledge and skills to become informed and capable partners in the nursing care of children, young people and their families across a variety of clinical and community settings. The text develops students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills by exploring contemporary issues impacting on the health of children, young people and their families. This new edition features the latest research and case studies, coupled with reflection points and learning activities in each chapter. Further resources, including links to video and web content, multiple-choice questions and critical-thinking problems, are available on the updated instructor companion website at www.cambridge.edu.au/academic/paediatricnursing. Written by a team of experienced nurses within the field, Paediatric Nursing in Australia: Principles for Practice, 2nd edition is grounded in current care delivery and is an essential resource in preparing future nurses for practice in paediatric settings throughout Australia.

    • Australian focused
    • Features the latest research and case studies within the field
    • Offers extensive pedagogical features both in-text and online
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    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: July 2017
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316642221
    • length: 270 pages
    • dimensions: 255 x 190 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.56kg
    • contains: 16 b/w illus. 25 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Australia's children and young people Donna Waters
    2. Child rights and child protection in Australia Jennifer Fraser and Helen Stasa
    3. Family and community Elizabeth Forster and Ibi Patane
    4.Psychosocial development and response to illness Jennifer Fraser and Robyn Rosina
    5. Research in the paediatric setting Donna Waters
    6. Recognising and responding to the sick child Elizabeth Forster and Loretta Scaini
    7. Mental health and illness in childhood and adolescence Jennifer Fraser, Lindsay Smith and Julia Taylor
    8. Evidence-based nursing assessments and interventions: the acutely ill child Nicola Brown and Robyn Galway
    9. Evidence-based nursing assessments and interventions: the acutely ill young person Nicola Brown and Nerralie Shaw
    10. Evidence-based nursing assessments and interventions: the child and young person with a chronic illness Donna Waters and Helen Stasa
    11. Evidence-based care of children with complex medical needs Nicola Brown
    12. End-of-life palliative care in Australian paediatric care settings Elizabeth Forster.

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    Paediatric Nursing in Australia

    Jennifer Fraser, Donna Waters, Elizabeth Forster, Nicola Brown

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    Jennifer Fraser, University of Sydney
    Jennifer Fraser is an Associate Professor of Sydney Nursing School at the University of Sydney. She has considerable research and clinical experience in child and family health, child health and development and paediatric nursing.

    Donna Waters, University of Sydney
    Professor Donna Waters is Dean of the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery (Sydney Nursing School) where she previously held the position of Associate Dean (Research). She is a registered nurse with over 25 years' experience in nursing education, research, teaching and the management of nursing, medical and health services research. Following specialist training in paediatrics, Professor Waters commenced a 10-year research career at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children (now the Children's Hospital at Westmead) before going on to manage an independent nursing and health services research organisation.

    Elizabeth Forster, University of Southern Queensland
    Dr Elizabeth Forster is a Senior Lecturer at University of Southern Queensland. Her teaching experience includes undergraduate general and paediatric nursing and post graduate paediatrics and child health. Her clinical interests and experience includes acute paediatrics and PICU. She has co-edited an Australian Paediatric Skills text with Jennifer Fraser. Her research interests include paediatric end of life care, developing student nurses' bereavement support skills and paediatric pain.

    Nicola Brown, Tresillian Family Centres
    Nicola Brown (RN, MN (Hons), Ph.D. candidate) is the Nurse Manager, Professional Practice and Innovation Centre at Tresillian Family Care Centres in New South Wales. She has extensive experience in children's nursing in health care and the higher education sector.

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    Donna Waters, Jennifer Fraser, Helen Stasa, Elizabeth Forster, Ibi Patane, Robyn Rosina, Loretta Scaini, Lindsay Smith, Julia Taylor, Nicola Brown, Robyn Galway, Nerralie Shaw

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