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Individualized Healthcare Plans for the School Nurse: Concepts, Framework, Issues And Applications for School Nursing Practice
by:Silkworth, C., Arnold, M., Harrigan, J., & Zaiger, D.
Individualized Healthcare Plans for the School Nurse is a comprehensive work detailing 57 chronic and acute conditions encountered daily by school nurses. Each chapter provides in-depth information on a condition s pathophysiology, management, and important assessment considerations. The individualized healthcare plans (IHPs) for each chapterinclude NANDA...
Individualized Healthcare Plans for the School Nurse is a comprehensive work detailing 57 chronic and acute conditions encountered daily by school nurses. Each chapter provides in-depth information on a condition s pathophysiology, management, and important assessment considerations. The individualized healthcare plans (IHPs) for each chapterinclude NANDA nursing diagnoses, goals, interventions, and outcomes. Finally, each chapter includes a case study and sample care plan to facilitate the creation of a comprehensive and accurate IHP. Eighteen supporting chapters take a thorough look at many of the special issues and school nursingconcepts along with unique student issues school nurses face in practice. Includes coverage of the purpose and use of individualized healthcare plans, evidenced-based nursing practice, delegation of school nursing activities, collaboration with other educational, health and home care agency plans, integratingNANDA, NIC, and NOC into IHPs, IHPs in the special education process, HIPPA/FERPA and privacy concerns, using IHPs with 504 plans and special education other health impaired (OHI) plans, third party reimbursement, responding to students in times of crisis, and wellness promotion. Special student issues include coverage of chronic health conditions, immigrant students, psychosocial aspects of students with chronic health conditions, medically fragile students, homeless students,and a genetics overview for the school nurse developing IHPs. Accompanying this work is an easy-to-use, interactive software program that aids in the development and creation of individualized healthcare plans that include 1) nursing diagnoses; 2) goals; 3) interventions;4) outcomes; & 5) a column to add individualized assessment data. Detailed student demographic information is added to each care plan to provide a comprehensive and complete record for each student. Allows for multiple conditions and is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh systems. Software creates care plans for all 57 conditions found in this book. The 57 IHPs covering abuse & neglect, ADHD, anaphylaxis, anxiety, asthma, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar, brain injury, brain & spinal cord tumors, burns, cancer, cardiovascular disease, celiac disease, cerebral palsy, depression/ suicide, Down syndrome, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, eating disorders, encopresis, Fragile X, GERD, hearing deficit, hemophilia, viral hepatitis, HIV/ AIDs, immune thrombocytopenic purpura, immunodeficiency disorders, mono, IBD, latex allergy, Lyme disease, Marfan syndrome, medically fragile children, metachromatic leukodystrophy, migraines, mitochondrial disorders, neurofibromatosis, neurology/ seizures, organ transplant, osteogenesis imperfecta, PTSD, Prader-Willi, pregnancy, prenatal alcohol & drug exposure, Rett syndrome, school phobia, scoliosis, Sickle Cell disease, skin disorders, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, substance abuse, systemic lupus, Tourette s syndrome, tuberculosis, and vision deficits.
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