Cox, Carol L.

Clinical Effectiveness in Practice

Clinical Effectiveness in Practice


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This text provides a basis for developing clinically effective practice. It describes why clinical effectiveness is important and shows how nursing and midwifery students and professionals can improve the care they deliver to patients. The authors demonstrate clinically effective care through the use of case studies and research evidence which supports nursing interventions. Combining the best of practice with a sound, research based academic framework, Clinical Effectiveness in Practice will be a useful resource for all nurses who want to advance their own practice.
Clinical Effectiveness, Nursing Diagnosis and the Role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner; C.L.Cox and S.Ahluwalia
Factors that Foster and Hinder Clinically Effective Care of Clinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Practitioners: A Qualitative Study; C.L.Cox and S.Ahluwalia
Clinical Effectiveness and the Realities of Practice: A National Quantitative Study; C.L.Cox and S.Ahluwalia
Alteration in Cardiovascular Function: Caring for the Patient with Septic Shock; A.M.Price and D.Kavanagh
Alteration in Respiratory Function: Caring for the Patient with Tuberculosis; V.Gleissberg and R.Hall
Alteration in Sexuality Pattern: Caring for the HIV Positive Pregnant Woman; J.Sunderland
Alteration in Endocrine Function: Caring for the Woman in Obstetric Crisis; J.Hutchinson
Alteration in Comfort: Caring for the Patient Using Complementary Therapies; C.L.Cox
Alteration in Endocrine Function: Caring for the Patient with Leg Ulcers; M.van Orsouw
Author Biographies
CAROL L. COX is Professor of Advanced Clinical Practice at St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London and a Consultant Nurse at Newham Healthcare NHS Trust. She has developed Masters and Doctoral Programmes in Nursing, Midwifery and Health Studies and is internationally known for her practice developments and research.
ADRIAN REYES-HUGHES is Director of Policy and Standards at the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting. He is also a registered general nurse and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at City University, London.
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Keywords: Nursing, Clinical Effectiveness, Diagnosis

Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
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176 pages
Medicine, Health Care, Mode

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