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The advanced practitioner : a framework for practice / [edited by] Ian Peate, Sadie Diamond-Fox, Barry Hill.

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell, 2023Description: pages cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9781119882039
Subject(s): NLM classification:
  • WY 128
Contents:
Advanced Clinical Practice -- The Advanced Clinical Practice Curriculum -- Scope of Practice and the Management of Patient Care -- Principles of Physiology for Advanced Practice -- Principles of Pathophysiology -- Principles of Pharmacology -- Supplementary and Independent Prescribing -- Core Procedural Skills -- Clinical History Taking and Physical Examination -- Clinical Decision Making and Diagnostic Reasoning -- Diagnostic Interpretation -- Public Health; Prevention, Promotion and Empowerment -- Managing Complexity -- Frailty: principles of rehabilitation and reablement, palliative care and organ donation. -- Mental Health, Intellectual Disability and Autism -- Education and Learning -- The Advanced Practitioner as Educator -- Research Principles -- Leading Research in Advanced Practice -- Innovations in Practice -- Professional Development and Transition.
Summary: "The Advanced Practitioner: A Framework for Practice is the first of its kind. It provides a multi-professional resource that uses the four pillars underpinning advanced clinical practice as a framework: clinical practice, leadership and management, research and education. The text offers essential reading that is related to contemporary advanced clinical practice topics. The Advanced Practitioner: A Framework for Practice has been written primarily for the trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner. Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs) come from a range of professional backgrounds including physiotherapy, pharmacy, paramedics, occupational therapy and nursing, practicing across the age continuum and in a variety of spheres of practice, at the top of their licence. The focus of this text is on the adult person"--Summary: Provided by publisher.
Holdings
Item type Home library Class number Status Date due Barcode
Book, Standard Loan (4 weeks) Mersey and West Lancashire NHS Library (Southport and Ormskirk) Hanley Library Southport WY 128 PEA (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available SOH00001154
Book, Standard Loan (4 weeks) Wirral NHS Library Main Shelves WY240 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available WMC00000497

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Advanced Clinical Practice -- The Advanced Clinical Practice Curriculum -- Scope of Practice and the Management of Patient Care -- Principles of Physiology for Advanced Practice -- Principles of Pathophysiology -- Principles of Pharmacology -- Supplementary and Independent Prescribing -- Core Procedural Skills -- Clinical History Taking and Physical Examination -- Clinical Decision Making and Diagnostic Reasoning -- Diagnostic Interpretation -- Public Health; Prevention, Promotion and Empowerment -- Managing Complexity -- Frailty: principles of rehabilitation and reablement, palliative care and organ donation. -- Mental Health, Intellectual Disability and Autism -- Education and Learning -- The Advanced Practitioner as Educator -- Research Principles -- Leading Research in Advanced Practice -- Innovations in Practice -- Professional Development and Transition.

"The Advanced Practitioner: A Framework for Practice is the first of its kind. It provides a multi-professional resource that uses the four pillars underpinning advanced clinical practice as a framework: clinical practice, leadership and management, research and education. The text offers essential reading that is related to contemporary advanced clinical practice topics. The Advanced Practitioner: A Framework for Practice has been written primarily for the trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner. Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs) come from a range of professional backgrounds including physiotherapy, pharmacy, paramedics, occupational therapy and nursing, practicing across the age continuum and in a variety of spheres of practice, at the top of their licence. The focus of this text is on the adult person"--

Provided by publisher.