The Moulster and Griffiths learning disability nursing model : a framework for practice / edited by Gweneth Moulster, Jane Iorizzo, Sarah Ames and Joshua Kernohan ; forewords by Hayley Goleniowska, Tom Griffiths MBE, Helen Laverty and Emily Smith.
By: Moulster, Gweneth.
Contributor(s): Moulster, Gweneth [editor.] | Iorizzo, Jane [editor.] | Ames, Sarah [editor.] | Kernohan, Joshua [editor.] | Russ, Marina | Turner, Daniel | Atkinson, Dave | Edmondson, Lauretts | Edmondson, Chris | Edmondson Ball, Sally | Griffin, Trish | Westwood, Lynne | Bailey, Elizabeth | Thomas, Elaine | Arnott, Norah | Gibney, Fiona | Wilson, Johnann.Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2019Description: 172 pages : illustrations, portraits 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785924804.Other title: Learning disability nursing model.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | NURSING | MODELS | PERSONALISED SUPPORT | OUTCOMES | UNITED KINGDOM | HEALTH EQUALITY FRAMEWORK (HEF)
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
PART 1 INTRODUCTION: 1. The art and science of learning disability nursing. - 2. An introduction to the Moulster and Griffiths Nursing Model. - PART 2 THE MODEL: 3. A person-centred approach to assessment. - 4. Planning, implementing and evaluating reflective nursing care. - 5. Reflection, supervision, mentorship and revalidation. - 6. Effective outcome measurement - a complex challenge for learning disability nurses. - 7. Using the Health Equity Framework (HEF): measuring outcomes and prioritising person centred practice interventions. - 8. A family story. - PART 3 USING THE MODEL IN PRACTICE. - 9. Evidencing the impact. - 10. Using a framework for learning disability nursing care in a student nurse's practice. - 11. Introducing the Moulster and Griffiths Nursing Model to an inpatient unit. - 12. Strengtheing our practice: the Scottish experience. - PART 4 SUMMARY DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION.
"The Moulster and Griffiths nursing model is the first developed specifically for learning disability nurses. This book describes the model and offers a solid framework to assess, plan, reflect on and evaluate person-centred care. With approximately 1.5 million people in Britain living with a learning disability and a proven correlation between the use of models of care and the achievements of outcomes for those supported, this book is the perfect tool for learning disability nurses. It ensures that there is a shared vision for learning disability nursing practice, and helps nurses address a wide variety of heath care needs.
By providing an in-depth description of the model and accompanying downloadable material, the book provides a dedicated structure for learning disability nursing, and remains unique in its transferability to different clinical settings." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE