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Book
xvii, 1087 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
Medical Library (Lane)
Book
1 online resource (389 pages)
Book
1 online resource ( 153 pages) :
  • Reforming science education/reforming physiology education.- What is the new paradigm and what is new about it?- What are the core concepts of physiology?- What does it mean to "unpack" a core concept?- The "unpacked" core concept of homeostasis.- The "unpacked" core concept of flow down gradients.- The "unpacked" core concept of cell-cell communication.- Organizing an introductory physiology course based on core.- Teaching physiology using the new paradigm: three examples.- Using core concepts in physiology in designing learning resources.- Conceptual assessment of student learning.- Core concepts and the physiology curriculum.- Extending the paradigm.- Summing up.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493969074 20170502
This book offers physiology teachers a new approach to teaching their subject that will lead to increased student understanding and retention of the most important ideas. By integrating the core concepts of physiology into individual courses and across the entire curriculum, it provides students with tools that will help them learn more easily and fully understand the physiology content they are asked to learn. The authors present examples of how the core concepts can be used to teach individual topics, design learning resources, assess student understanding, and structure a physiology curriculum.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493969074 20170502
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Book
24 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xvi, 127 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Chronology Part One: The History Chapter 1 Nightingale and the Nineteenth Century Chapter 2 Faith in a Secular World Chapter 3 The Crimean War Chapter 4 Founding a New Profession - Nursing Chapter 5 Safer Hospitals Chapter 6 Promoting Health and Better Conditions in India Chapter 7 Army Reform and Later Wars Part Two: The Legacy Chapter 8 The New Profession of Patient Care - Nursing Chapter 9 Creation of the National Health Service Chapter 10 Mainstream Social and Political Reform Chapter 11 Health, Healing and the Environment Chapter 12 Research, Policy and Legacy Notes Further Reading Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780281076451 20170703
Part One: The History (What do we know?) This brief historical introduction to Florence Nightingale explores the social, political and religious factors that formed the original context of her life and writings, and considers how those factors affected the way she was initially received. What was her impact on the world at the time and what were the key ideas and values connected with her? Part Two: The Legacy (Why does it matter?) This second part explores the intellectual and cultural 'afterlife' of Florence Nightingale, and considers the ways in which her impact has lasted and been developed in different contexts by later generations. Why is she still considered important today? In what ways is her legacy contested or resisted? And what aspects of her legacy are likely to continue to influence the world in the future? The book has a brief chronology at the front plus a list of further reading at the back.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780281076451 20170703
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
184 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
  • The night gallery
  • "Mistress of all she attempts"
  • A woman with work to do
  • "Dust and nothing"
  • The prison called family
  • Shadows in a thirsty land
  • "But one person in England"
  • The horrors
  • An angel with a lamp
  • Nightingale power
  • Maid of all work
  • A noble life.
Most people know Florence Nightingale was a compassionate and legendary nurse, but they don't know her full story. She is best known for her work during the Crimean War, when she vastly improved gruesome and deadly conditions and made nightly rounds to visit patients, becoming known around the world as the Lady with the Lamp. Her tireless and inspiring work continued after the war, and her modern methods in nursing became the defining standards still used today. Includes notes, bibliography, and index.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780544535800 20170321
Education Library (Cubberley)
Video
1 streaming video file (26 min.) : digital, sound, color.
For over forty years there's been a trickle of Ghanaian nurses to the English-speaking developed world. One widely quoted source says almost two thousand nurses left the country between 1995 and 2002. The exodus is set to continue as nurses opt to leave a crumbling health system to earn more abroad. In the UK, some nurses can earn more in a day than they could in a month back home. Spending on health in Ghana has gone up but its value has declined. In 1990 it was $4.5 dollars per person per year. In 2004 the figure was $13.4 dollars. However, inflation means that Ghana is spending less in real terms per person. Most of that money goes to wages. For almost everything else, patients have to pay because the health service operates on a 'user pays' principle, the so-called 'cash and carry' system. The stresses of this system is one reason health workers leave.
Book
1 online resource (309 pages)
Book
10, 191, 3 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
East Asia Library
Book
1 online resource (xv, 174 pages)
  • Notes on Author ix Introduction xi 1 Gendered Career Development within Nursing and Healthcare 1 Education 1 The labour market 2 Gendered Careers 4 The Person-centred Approach 6 The Organisational Structure Perspective 8 Gender Differences in Career Development and the Meaning of Success 10 Gender Differences in the Career Progression of Nurses and Healthcare Professionals 11 Summary 13 References 13 2 Mentoring as a Career Development Tool 23 Defining Mentoring 23 Functions of Mentoring 25 Mentoring Phases 26 Competencies of Mentors and Mentees 28 Informal vs Formal Mentoring 30 Alternative Forms of Mentoring 32 Does Mentoring Really Work? 34 Drawbacks to Mentoring 36 Summary 38 References 39 3 Diversity in Mentoring: Gender, Race and Ethnicity 45 The Case for Diversity 45 Diversity in the NHS 47 Gender and Mentoring 48 Barriers for Women to Acquiring a Mentor 48 Cross-gender Mentoring Relationships 50 The Role of Gender in Formal and Informal Mentoring Relationships 52 The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Mentoring Relationships 53 The Impact of Mentoring Relationships for White and BAME Women 55 Summary 57 References 58 4 Mentoring in Nursing and Healthcare 63 Cultural of Nursing 63 Perceptions of Nursing 64 Mentoring in the NHS 66 Mentoring in Nurse Education 68 The Value of Mentoring throughout a Developing Career 69 Mentoring across the NHS 73 Summary 75 References 75 5 Designing and Implementing a Formal Mentoring Programme 81 Definition of Mentoring Applied to the Challenging Perceptions Programme 82 Objectives of the Programme 83 Recruitment of NHS Mental Health Trusts 84 Recruitment of Participants and Control Group 87 Recruitment of Mentors 88 The Matching Process (Mentees Selection of Mentors) 89 The Seven Main Elements of the Challenging Perceptions Programme 89 Summary 96 References 97 6 Evaluating Formal Mentoring Relationships 101 Evaluation in Practice 101 Data Collection 104 Qualitative Data Collection 104 Quantitative Data Collection 110 Ethical Considerations 113 Data Analysis 115 Summary 117 References 118 7 Does Mentoring Work? The Realities of Mentoring from the Perspective of both Mentee and Mentor 123 Career Development Outcomes 123 Breaking the Glass Ceiling 126 Personal Development Outcomes 129 The Mentoring Relationship 131 Benefits for Mentors 135 Summary 139 References 140 8 The Challenging Perceptions Programme and the Long-term Benefits of Mentoring 145 Formal Mentoring Programmes 145 Mentee Case Studies 146 The Challenging Perceptions Programme 148 Key Lessons 152 Evaluation Limitations 154 Future Programme Development 157 Summary 158 References 160 Afterword 165.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118863725 20170403
Mentoring in Nursing and Healthcare: Supporting career and personal development is an innovative look into mentoring within nursing, and its implications for career success. It provides an up-to-date review of the current research and literature within mentoring in nursing and healthcare, drawing together the distinctive challenges facing nurses and their career development. It proposes new directions and practical ways forward for the future development of formal mentoring programmes in nursing. Offering fresh insight into mentoring principles and how these can be used beyond pre-registration nurse education to support personal career development. This is an essential book for all those commencing, continuing or returning to a nursing career. Key features: * Addresses mentoring as a career development tool * Focuses on the individual benefits of being a mentee and mentor and how this can aid professional development * Both theoretical and practical material is presented * Features case studies throughout book * Supports nurses to develop their careers * It is sector specific but has transferability across disciplines * A summary chapter draws together common threads or theoretical perspectives. The book concludes with strategies for future research and progress.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118863725 20170403
Book
1 online resource (290 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Book
1 online resource (379 pages)
Video
1 streaming video file (57 min.) : digital, sound, color
  • A perspective of hope / a film presentation of the Carmenta Foundation ; produced & directed by Ben Achtenberg, Christine Mitchell, RN ; cinematography, editing, Ben Achtenberg ; original music, John Kusiak, Robert Van (29 min.)
  • Nursing Shortage, Level Three / produced & directed by Ben Achtenberg ; editing, Ben Achtenberg ; camera, Fred Simon, Ben Achtenberg, David Smith ; original music, Chris Burchard ; Newton Television Foundation (28 min.).
A Perspective of Hope explores an innovative clinical affilitation between nursing homes and universities. Nursing Shortage, Level Three follows nurses in one hospital as they respond to the daily challenges of providing quality care despite severe staffing shortages.
Book
1 online resource (176 pages) : illustrations
  • PART 1: WHAT IS ACTION RESEARCH? WHAT IS ITS RELEVANCE TO NURSING?Chapter 1: What do you need to know about action research?Chapter 2: Why should nurses do action research?Chapter 3: Ethical issuesPART 2: HOW DO YOU DO ACTION RESEARCH?Chapter 4: Planning and designing action researchChapter 5: Drawing up and carrying out action plansChapter 6: Monitoring practices and gathering dataChapter 7: Monitoring practices and gathering dataPART 3: SIGNIFICANCE OF YOUR ACTION RESEARCHChapter 8: Writing up your action researchChapter 9: The significance of your action research.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781473919402 20170821
Nurses work in complex situations with daily challenges, where the needs of each patient represent unique demands. Action research helps nurses to investigate their practices as reflective practitioners, allowing them to ask `What is going on? How do we understand the existing situation? How do we improve it?' This book supports nurses in investigating their own professional practices in order to develop the new insights and approaches: * embodying holistic perspectives in dialogical and relational forms of individual and organisational learning, * equal emphasis on processes and outcomes; * welcoming all participants' contributions , and listening to all voices; * developing a patient-centred focus where people are involved in their own healing; * building communities of enquiring practices. This book is intended for undergraduate student nurses, qualified practising nurses in clinical settings who may or may not be engaged in formal professional education courses and nurse educators and managers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781473919402 20170821
Book
xi, 228 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Historical Overview of Segregated Health Care in Appalachia
  • History of Individual States and the Qualla Boundary
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • North Carolina
  • Qualla Boundary
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia.
Few career opportunities were available to minority women in Appalachia in the first half of the 20th century. Nursing offered them a respected, relatively well paid profession and - as few physicians or hospitals would treat people of color - their work was important in challenging healthcare inequities in the region. Working in both modern surgical suites and tumble-down cabins, these women created unprecedented networks of care, managed nursing schools and built professional nursing organizations while navigating discrimination in the workplace. Focusing on the careers and contributions of dozens of African American and Eastern Band Cherokee registered nurses, this first comprehensive study of minority nurses in Appalachia documents the quality of healthcare for minorities in the region during the Jim Crow era. Racial segregation in health care and education, and state and federal policies affecting health care for Native Americans are examined in depth.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786479658 20161213
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (273 pages) : illustrations
Building and Sustaining a Hospital-Based Nursing Research Program is designed to serve as a handbook for nurses, in hospitals of all sizes, to help them build and sustain a program of nursing research, which is a fundamental requirement in obtaining Magnet status and improving patient care. The book has three main areas of emphasis:*1. A framework / foundation for developing a nursing research program that creates new knowledge and enhances the scientific foundation of nursing evidence.*2. The structures, systems, and processes for building and maintaining and growing a nursing research program, including resources needed.*3. Evaluation processes for nursing research programs and experiential stories from clinical nurses. An underlying premise of this book is that nursing research is increasingly promoted by hospital nursing leaders, but nurses need more support and guidance to develop the program. Nursing research leadership can be fostered. Visual leadership prompts staff nurse interest in research that, when done well, provides new knowledge in patient, nurse and administrative outcomes. The Nursing Research Program at the Cleveland Clinic Health System is described as an example. These foundational steps were developed in 2004 and adapted over time as expectations became system wide, to include small and midsize community hospitals without extensive resources, and multiple ambulatory care and regional medical practices, in addition to the quaternary care medical center with 1300 beds. As a result, the content will include how to adapt structures and processes to fit the needs of various hospital / nursing staff size and based on program goals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780826128140 20170502
Book
176 pages : maps, illustrations ; 23 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (273 pages)
  • Intentional sharing of knowledge & wisdom
  • Preparation for knowledge & wisdom transfer
  • Essential business knowledge
  • Essential business relationships
  • The art and science of knowledge & wisdom transfer
  • Strategies for successful knowledge & wisdom transfer
  • Lifelong learning and giving
  • Leaving nursing better than you found it.
Book
1 online resource (271 pages)
This is a one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive reference guide for new Clinical Nurse Specialists entering the field as well as seasoned practitioners looking to update their knowledge. Disseminating a wealth of current professional practice guidance and practical information on reimbursement and certification, the second edition has been fully updated to reflect changes resulting from the Affordable Care Act and the APRN Consensus Model. Four new chapters address changes and emerging trends, expanding focus on independent practice, increasing demands on health care due to the growing population of older adults, and updated reimbursement/economic issues. This authoritative toolkit is organized in an easy-to-use, bullet-point format and includes numerous clinical examples, case scenarios, and personal anecdotes culled from the contributors' own professional experiences. New to the Second Edition: * Fully revised and updated.* Addresses CNS practice within Affordable Care Organizations. * Describes CNS leadership role in system-level evidence-based practice initiatives. * Covers documentation and communication of CNS activities aligning with strategic initiatives and CNS practice priorities. * Discusses facilitating transitions of care to assure safety and quality. * Addresses the CNS role in interprofessional education in clinical settings. Key Features: * Presents crucial information on negotiating and securing a job. * Provides advice on establishing credibility, prioritising, and finding a mentor. * Contains guidelines on mentoring staff, leading groups, and precepting students. * Addresses documenting and measuring clinical outcomes. * Describes how to network with professional organisations and community agencies. * Offers practical guidance on applying for reimbursement and pursuing certification and licensure.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780826171917 20170502
Video
1 streaming video file (69 min.) : digital, sound, color
Using the subject of cancer, this video explores ways that differences in culture, race, and ethnicity affect health and the delivery of health care services.