Building significantly on its successful first Canadian edition, Fundamentals of Canadian Nursing: Concepts, Process, and Practice, 2Ce, presents the fundamentals of contemporary nursing practice in Canada with added content and an updated pedagogical approach. This edition, prepared by new authors and contributors, demonstrates the most current nursing skills as they are practised throughout the country, with a particular focus on critical thinking, primary health care, the nursing process, and lifespan considerations.
The second Canadian edition of Fundamentals of Canadian Nursing continues to apply a sound pedagogical approach by incorporating the most recent literature and best-practice guidelines. The authors have reorganized the presentation of clinical skills for increased clarity, and a significant increase in new photos helps to further clarify key concepts. The wide range of pedagogical tools has been enhanced with the addition of “Assess Your Learning” questions, modeled directly on the CRNE (Canadian Registered Nurse Examination), Case Studies, and “Reflect on Primary Health Care” boxes. With a clear and accessible writing style, enhanced pedagogical features, and a focus on practical applications with real-world examples, this text continues to provide an ideal bridge between the classroom and clinical settings.
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Lucia Yiu, RN, BScN, BA (Psychology, Windsor), BSc (Physiology, Toronto), MScN (Administration, Western Ontario), is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Nursing, University of Windsor, and an Educational and Training Consultant in community nursing. She has published on family and public health nursing. Her practice and research interests include multicultural health, international health, experiential learning, community development, breast health, and program planning and evaluation. She has worked overseas and served on various community and social services committees involving local and district health planning.
Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler is Professor and Graduate Chair at the College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. She is also President Elect of the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing. She holds degrees from St. Olaf College, the University of Manitoba, and the University of Cincinnati. She has an eclectic clinical background, with experience in surgery, medicine, ICU, rehabilitation, and long-term care, as well as four years as a VON nurse. For the last 25 years, she has taught in basic and graduate nursing programs. With Lucia Yiu, she co-edited Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective. The second edition was released in December 2007. Her research interests are all related to leadership in education—in the patient, nursing, and health education arenas.
Madeleine Buck is a faculty member at the McGill University School of Nursing and a clinical associate at the McGill University Health Centre. Her 30-year career in nursing has provided her with opportunities to work in acute care, community health, and educational settings. Her most recent experiences are with undergraduate and graduate nursing education, use of simulated learning in clinical education, program evaluation and accreditation, and interprofessional education. Her favourite work is with a group of nurses dealing with the HIV/AIDS pandemic in the Highlands of Tanzania. In 2006 she founded McGill Nurses for Highlands Hope to foster collaboration and development of nursing education and practice relationships across continents. Half of her royalties from the publication of this book will go toward supporting sustainable nursing projects originating from the Tanzanian Highlands Hope Nurse Counselor Network.
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2009. Book Condition: As New. 2nd Edition. Book in almost Brand New condition. Bookseller Inventory # GRP77535345