Fundamentals of Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! (2015)Enjoy the light-hearted, real-life examples, and simple definitions of this popular book, packed with easy-to-follow instructions.
Grasp the basics of nursing science and on-the-job skills and gain the confidence you need to succeed.
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Numerous care plan examples, including common nursing diagnoses, appropriate patient outcomes, and basis for each recommended treatment
Communication: core interpersonal skills for healthcare workers (2020)Written by Gjyn O'Toole, Communication: Core Interpersonal Skills for Healthcare Professionals 4e is an essential guide to clear and effective communication in a multidisciplinary healthcare setting. Divided into four sections, the fourth edition challenges the reader to reflect upon their personal communication style and habits; introduces strategies and skills to enhance future practice, and encourages the development of confidence through activities, scenarios and case studies. This fully revised fourth edition will appeal to health science students and clinicians seeking to communicate more effectively in an increasingly complex healthcare environment. A focus on digital communication - includes overviews and tips on navigating professional and personal electronic media Individual and group activities throughout to encourage skill development, reflection and awareness of self and others An extensive suite of scenarios - practise and apply your communication skills using realistic situations and individuals that healthcare professionals encounter in clinical practice Additional resources on Evolve eBook on VitalSource Student resources: Answers to end-of-chapter review questions Student quiz (True/False) Instructor resources: PowerPoints Semester Planner Tutorial activities Image bank Student quiz (MCQ's) Chapter 5 The specific goals of communication for healthcare professionals: Effective conclusions of interactions and services: Negotiating closure Chapter 20 Remote telecommunication or telehealth: The seen, but not-in-the-room healthcare professional Chapter 23 - Person/s experiencing neurogenic or psychological shock Chapter 25 - A Person/s fulfilling the role of a grandparent Chapter 26 - Person/s with a spinal injury Chapter 27 - A Person/s living in a residential aged care facility An eBook included in all print purchases
Communication Skills in Health and Social Care (2019)Our ability to communicate is a key part of everyday life and is an essential skill, particularly when communicating with vulnerable people in a health and social care setting. Presented in a unique and easy-to-use dictionary format, this practical guide will help students and practitioners understand and apply the principles of effective communication. From the 'how to' practicalities through to challenges and honing existing skills, this book will ensure they have the confidence and knowledge to communicate skilfully and successfully in many different contexts and settings. This book is essential reading for anyone working in the helping professions for whom good communication skills are an essential part of their role. The new edition features: New entries covering social media, mindfulness, several tricky topics, and much more. Service user snippets to help address and understand the issues about service user perspectives. Skills to ensure you are engaging with the Professional Capabilities Framework.
Communications Toolkit 4E (2018)Transitioning to tertiary studies -- Research skills -- Academic writing -- Refining your writing -- Face-to-face communication.
Grammar and Writing Skills for the Health Professional (2018)Extremely student friendly, GRAMMAR & WRITING SKILLS FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, 3e, focuses on the fundamentals of grammar and writing to help you develop the skills to communicate clearly and effectively in real-world practice. An indispensable resource the can be used during your schooling as well as you when enter your career, the text is divided into three modules. The first focuses on basic grammar (nouns, pronouns, verbs) and the second on more advanced topics (sentences and paragraphs). The third module helps you develop writing skills for medical reports, correspondence, emails, office meeting minutes, progress notes, charting, research, and brochures. The text's unique writing process can also be used for cover letters and resumes. In addition, the text includes current information on HIPAA, the Joint Commission, American Health Management Information Association, and much more, while real-world applications at the end of every section illustrate how chapter concepts relate to your future career.
Patient and Person: Interpersonal skills in nursing. 7th Edition (2021)The book includes empathy, dealing with challenging behaviours, advocating for a patient and admitting a patient. Nurses will learn to build trusting relationships and support patients in their health journey. Narratives and stories to explain practical application of theoretical concepts. Forty-two learning activities to enable students to understand the content and practise skills in a focused manner. Person-centred approach throughout. Online scenario-based videos to demonstrate the use of specific skills. Renewed emphasis about the importance of reflection in culture care. Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing for Patient and Person, 7e, included in all print purchases.
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Person-Centred Care Including Deprescribing for Older People. (2019)Abstract: There is concern internationally that many older people are using an inappropriate
number of medicines, and that complex combinations of medicines may cause more harm than
good. This article discusses how person-centred medicines optimisation for older people can be
conducted in clinical practice, including the process of deprescribing. The evidence supports that if
clinicians actively include people in decision making, it leads to better outcomes.
Smith, H., Miller, K., Barnett, N., Oboh, L., Jones, E., Darcy, C., . . . Crawford, P. (2019). Person-centred care including deprescribing for older people. Pharmacy, 7(3) doi:https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmacy7030101
Majellano, E. C., Clark, V. L., McLoughlin, R. F., Gibson, P. G., & McDonald, V. M. (2022). Using a knowledge translation framework to identify health care professionals’ perceived barriers and enablers for personalised severe asthma care. PLoS One, 17(6) doi:https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0269038
Jubraj, B., Morris, S., & Wilcock, M. (2021). How do your patients use their medicines at home and why is it important to know? Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin, 59(1), 3-4. doi:https://doi.org/10.1136/dtb.2020.000030
Kearns, R., Harris-Roxas, B., McDonald, J., Hyun, J. S., Dennis, S., & Harris, M. (2020). Implementing the patient activation measure (PAM) in clinical settings for patients with chronic conditions: A scoping review. Integrated Healthcare Journal, 2(1) doi:https://doi.org/10.1136/ihj-2019-000032
Communication for Safety Standard (NSQHS)Leaders of a health service organisation set up and maintain systems and processes to support effective communication with patients, carers and families; between multidisciplinary teams and clinicians; and across health service organisations. The workforce uses these systems to effectively communicate to ensure safety.
10 Essential Nurse Communication SkillsNurse communication skills are one of the most important components for career success.
As a nurse, you are constantly communicating with colleagues as well as patients and their families.
Communication Skills for NursesEffective communication is a core skill for nurses and midwives. Your communication skills can help you avoid conflict, support relationships with colleagues, solve problems and create better outcomes and experiences for people you care for.
Community Profiles for Health Care ProvidersThe cultural profiles provide information for health care providers on the communication styles, health in Australia, health beliefs and practices, social determinants of health and utilisation of health services of 18 multicultural communities.
Sharing the true Stories - Indigenous CommunicationThe research project (Sharing the True Stories: Improving Communication between health staff and their Aboriginal patients) was funded by the Co-operative Research Centre for Tropical and Aboriginal Health.
Communication Skills: A Guide to Practice for Healthcare ProfessionalsEffective communication is a skill all healthcare professionals need, but one that not all are naturally good at.
In a single day, healthcare workers can speak to people of varying educational, cultural and social backgrounds and they must do so in an effective, caring and professional manner.
4 Communication Skills Everyone Needs - 13 minsThis program outlines the four key communication skills needed: lean communication (getting straight to the point), connecting with others (social skills), adaptability (learning to read and relate to different types of people) and texting and using social media professionally.
Communication Skills For Nurses (2014)Health professionals have a responsibility to provide clear, concise and appropriate information to colleagues, patients and the wider community. This essential programme employs a dynamic combination of dramatised scenarios, real footage on the ward and expert comment from health professionals, to get to the heart of communication in a health care setting. It discusses how nurses can communicate more effectively, and examines blocking behaviours that we can all fall into. It also portrays specific day-to-day situations faced by nurses, demonstrating how to break bad news, providing strategies for effective handover, and responding appropriately to aggression.
Correct Clinical Handover (2016)This video is a training tool developed at Liverpool Hospital to show correct clinical handover.
South Western Sydney Local Health District is one of the largest health districts in New South Wales.
The District's vision is to provide a healthcare service that is patient focused, equitable and responsive to the changing and developing needs of the communities in south western Sydney.
SWSLHD covers seven Local Government Areas from Bankstown to Wingecarribee.
Creating Cultural Empathy (2017)The audiovisual resource consists of three segments. The first demonstrates sub-optimal performance of the healthcare team; the second provides reflection and discussion related to the learning objectives by the health care providers and client involved; and the third segment demonstrates more effective performance, improving the patient experience.
CUSP: Effective Patient and Family Communication (2015)Effective communication between patients, family members and clinicians can increase understanding of why certain practices are important to follow once the patient leaves the hospital. This CUSP technique improves patient safety, satisfaction, and outcomes of care.
How Effective Communication Can Save Lives in Healthcare (2021)Effective communication in healthcare is key to the successful running of daily operations. No matter the role you play, effective communication, or communication in healthcare, or effective communication in nursing, or removing communication barriers in healthcare, will make significant impact in the team communication and smoothens operations. 6 minutes
Nursing Communication Skills (2016)Dedicated segments focus on common barriers to communication, nonverbal communication, electronic communication, as well as special attention to both nurse-physician interactions and nurse-patient interactions. The importance of HIPAA confidentiality rules are reinforced throughout.
Say This, Not That: Patient Experience Video (2013)Healthcare lingo can be confusing and intimidating. With any communication it is not what you say, but how you say it. Providing patient care that means more and confuses less, can be as simple as knowing the right thing to say or not to say.