Gerontology Nursing Case Studies: 100 Narratives for Learning

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This is an excellent teaching guide and resource manual for instructors, gerontological nursing students, and practicing nurses and social workers who wish to learn more about geriatric concerns and care. It will be kept by nursing students long after they graduate as a guide to resources that will be valuable throughout their nursing careers. As a home care nurse working mainly with the geriatric community, I found the resources helpful in my practice. As an instructor, I found the book to be a very useful guide for teaching geriatrics. Score: 90, 4 Stars.-Doody's Medical Reviews The case narrative approach of this book promotes active learning that is more meaningful to students (and practicing nurses) and more likely to increase the transfer of evidence into practice. An excellent resource for faculty (staff educators) to facilitate critical learning skills. Liz Capezuti, PhD, RN, FAAN Dr. John W. Rowe Professor in Successful AgingCo-Director, Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing New York University College of Nursing This is a terrific text that provides nurses and other health care providers [with] good basic information about clinical problems and challenges we face in providing care to older adults. It should be considered required reading in all undergraduate programs. From the foreword byBarbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, FAANPProfessor, University of Maryland School of Nursing Sonya Ziporkin Gershowitz Chair in Gerontology At the heart of this unique volume are 100 case studies of older adults that address nearly every issue-physical, mental, and psychosocial-that may confront health care providers who work with the aging population. These case studies, culled from contributors with several centuries' worth of combined nursing expertise, are designed to guide nursing students in the development of interventions that encompass both complementary and alternative health strategies. Exercises interspersed throughout each case study are designed to foster critical thinking and decision-making skills. These case narratives provide a holistic approach to problem solving in regard to political, ethical, and legal issues; loss and end-of-life issues; elder abuse; depression, addiction and suicide; self-esteem and family relationships; sexuality; age-related health issues; cognitive impairment; cultural diversity as it relates to aging; pain management; and sleep disturbances. The volume also addresses such contemporary psychosocial issues as gambling addiction, hoarding behavior, emergency preparedness, the aging driver, and long-distance caregiving. Key Features: Provides 100 evidence-based case studies Cultivates development of critical thinking and decision-making Features realistic, contemporary scenarios Designed for use across the gerontology nursing curriculum Geared for AACN and NLN Accreditation Organized according to the needs of actual clinical settings

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Donna J. Bowles, EdD, RN, CNE, is associate professor of Nursing (tenured) at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, and an instructor/item writer of NCLEX-RN Review Courses for Kaplan Education, Inc. Dr. Bowles team-teaches the didactic courses in Alterations in Health I & II, with the corresponding Practicum , along with the Comprehensive Health Assessment and Science and Technology Practicums. Dr. Bowles has written three chapters for the Cengage Learning Medical-Surgical Nursing, 2nd edition textbook edited by Daniels and Nicoll (2010) and The Adult Client chapter in Daniels's, Nursing Fundamentals: Caring and Decision-Making, 2nd edition (Cengage, 2008). She was coeditor with M. Hogan for Nursing Fundamentals: Review and Rationales (P-H, 2002). She has published several peer-reviewed articles, including Active Learning Strategies...not for the birds! (International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2006), and The Wizard of Oz: A metaphor for teaching excellence (The Teaching Professor, 2005), among others. Dr. Bowles is an active peer reviewer for LWW, P-H, the International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, Nursing Spectrum and the Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning . She is the recipient of many teaching awards and fellowships and is a member of the following professional societies: STT, Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses, Delta Epsilon Honor Society, Church Health Ministries of Kentuckiana, NLN, and National Gerontology Nurses Association.

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