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Oxford handbook of learning and intellectual disability nursing / edited by Owen Barr and Bob Gates

By: Barr, Owen.
Contributor(s): Gates, Bob [editor] | Beebee, Jonathan | Bell, Tina | Boulter, Phil | Bradley, Aoife | Brennan, Rhona | Bromley, Jo | Brown, Michael | Calveley, Julie | Cartwright, Steve | Chaplin, Eddie | Chester, Rebecca | Colegrave, Sue | Cozens, Maria | Crickmore, Debbie | O'Connor, Caroline Dalton | Davies, Jill | Dearing, Mary | Devine, Maurice | Dodwell, Matt | Francis, Renee | Griffin, Peter | Hanna-Trainor, Lisa | Henry, Kirsty | James, Neil | Jenkins, Robert | Jones, Victoria | Keenan, Paul Michael | Kudita, Chiedza | Kupara, Dorothy | Kwiatek, Elaine | Laverty, Helen | Mafuba, Kay | Maloret, Paul | Marsh, Lynne | Matousova-Done, Zuzana | McAleer, Damian | McCallion, Philip | McCance, Tanya | McCarron, Mary | McConkey, Roy | McCormack, Brendan | McKnight, Garvin | Meenan, Martina | Mitchell, Duncan | Norman, Ann | Oakes, Peter | O'Neill, Edna | Read, Sue | Russ, Lesley | Scott, Jillian | Sowney, Margaret | Surfraz, Mohammad | Swinton, John | Taggart, Laurence | Valentine, Cath | Ward, Gaynor | Wolverson, Michael.
Series: Oxford handbooks in nursing: Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019Copyright date: 2019Edition: Second edition.Description: xxix, 622 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780198782872.Other title: Handbook of learning and intellectual disability nursing | Learning and intellectual disability nursing.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | LEARNING DISABILITY | NURSING | COMMUNICATION | ASSESSMENT | HEALTH SERVICESGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals.
Contents:
The nature of intellectual disability nursing -- Working with families -- Communication -- Assessment -- Changes across the lifespan -- Mental health and emotional well-being -- Planning with people and their families -- Therapeutic interventions -- Accessing general health services -- People with intellectual disabilities and forensic nursing -- Lifestyles and intellectual disability nursing -- The law -- Research and intellectual disability nursing -- National occupational standards and professional requirements -- Independent regulars of care quality -- Practice resources -- Emergencies.
Summary: This invaluable guide to learning and intellectual disability nursing, this second edition has been fully revised to provide the reader with an up-to-date, concise, and comprehensive view of this rapidly developing specialty. This handbook gives clear, practical information on how to actively engage with people with learning disabilities and their families to enable effective, person-centered care. With a fully revised and expanded section on practice resources, this updated edition also features new section on independent regulators and conclusions from Serious Case Reviews. Drawing on recognized clinical experts' collective experience, this is the indispensable companion for anyone working with people with learning disabilities. -- From publisher's description.
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Previous edition: 2009

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The nature of intellectual disability nursing -- Working with families -- Communication -- Assessment -- Changes across the lifespan -- Mental health and emotional well-being -- Planning with people and their families -- Therapeutic interventions -- Accessing general health services -- People with intellectual disabilities and forensic nursing -- Lifestyles and intellectual disability nursing -- The law -- Research and intellectual disability nursing -- National occupational standards and professional requirements -- Independent regulars of care quality -- Practice resources -- Emergencies.

This invaluable guide to learning and intellectual disability nursing, this second edition has been fully revised to provide the reader with an up-to-date, concise, and comprehensive view of this rapidly developing specialty. This handbook gives clear, practical information on how to actively engage with people with learning disabilities and their families to enable effective, person-centered care. With a fully revised and expanded section on practice resources, this updated edition also features new section on independent regulators and conclusions from Serious Case Reviews. Drawing on recognized clinical experts' collective experience, this is the indispensable companion for anyone working with people with learning disabilities. -- From publisher's description.

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