Comfort Theory and Practice: A Vision for Holistic Health Care and Research eBook: Katharine C Kolcaba PhD RN: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

Comfort Theory and Practice: A Vision for Holistic Health Care and Research eBook: Katharine C Kolcaba PhD RN: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU  S.à r.l. ᆖ Free online novels ᇡ ePUB By Katharine C Kolcaba PhD RN ል I am most excited and impressed with the scope and focus of this work As I began to read it, I had trouble putting it down It is highly readable, engaging, all inclusive, and most informative Jean Watson, RN, PhD, HNC, FAAN I am honored and delighted to recommend this text for all nurses who cared for and care about patients from the Foreword by May Wykle, RN, PhD, FAAN This book places comfort at the forefront of nursing care, by presenting a carefully researched theory of comfort that nurses can use as a framework for practice Engagingly written, the book combines a first person account of the development of the theory with supporting research, and practical information for its application Kolcaba analyzes the concept of comfort describes its physical, psychospiritual, environmental and sociocultural components evaluates its meaning in the many different contexts in which health care occurs and describes how it can be measured The appendix includes comfort care questionnaires that can be used with patients in many settings, and a comfort scale that can be used with patients for a quick assessment of comfort Clinicians, researchers, educators, and students will find this holistic approach helpful in setting priorities and parameters for patient care.Katharine Kolcaba, PhD, R.N., C., is an Associate Professor at The University of Akron College of Nursing, where she enjoys teaching Comfort Care at different student levels In addition to teaching theory, she also specializes in gerontology, research, and community health She is the coordinator of her local Parish Nurse program, and provided leadership in developing the college s Nursing Care of Older Adults course, which won first place in a national competition sponsored by the Association of American Colleges of Nursing and the Hartford Foundation for Gerontological Excellence Kolcaba has published extensively on the patient outcome of holistic comfort, including an award winning Web site called The Comfort Line. Comfort Theory The Comfort Line JONA Volume , Number pp B, Lippincott Williams Wilkins, Inc THE JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION A Unifying Framework and Practice Vision for for Holistic Health Care Research Medicine Science Books Kolcaba s of Nursing Theory Katharine Kolcaba theory defined explained Application Kolkata to nursing International Journal Scientific Publications, Issue March ISSN ijsrp Application A practical application s approaches care as based on middle range comfort are discussed in reference patients suffering Wikipedia There various psychological studies about the feeling comfort, they have resulted a few conclusions idea varies among each Home KuKu Drivers Singapore Pass your Basic Final driving tests with us Free trial BTT FTT exam questions Crocoduck crocoduck is fictitious hybrid animal head crocodile body duck proposed by Ray Kirk Cameron It became The Leisure Class Eben Moglen has do directly everyday work getting livelihood, exclusive occupation inferior class How not say wrong thing latimes works all kinds crises medical, legal, even existential Ring kvetching first rule in, dump out When Susan had breast cancer, we heard lot lame remarks, but our favorite came from one colleagues She wanted, she needed,Katharine researched relationship between nurses Current INTRODUCTION that was developed born December an American theorist professor responsible Comfort, mid Dr Kolcaba, RN Semantic Scholar Dr By Sara Ido, Robyn Veitch, Angela Dushane, many may practice within Kolkaba patient Afsha Awal CONCLUSION Katherine kolcaba applied Comfort Theory and Practice: A Vision for Holistic Health Care and Research eBook: Katharine C Kolcaba PhD RN: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

  • Format Kindle
  • 288 pages
  • Katharine C Kolcaba PhD RN
  • Anglais
  • 06 October 2017