Care planning in children and young people’s nursing comprehensively addresses a selection of the most common issues that arise when planning care for infants, children and young people within the hospital and community setting. This core text utilizes clear images and detailed case studies to provide a holistic insight into the practice of care planning through the report of current research, best available evidence, policy and education which reflects both the uniqueness and diversity of contemporary children’s nursing. Divided into sections for ease of reference, Care Planning in Children and Young People’s Nursing explores both the theory and practice of care planning. Chapters on the principles of care planning include issues such as managing risk, safeguarding children, ethical and legal implications, integrated care pathways, interprofessional assessment, and invaluable parent perspectives. Additional chapters on the application of planning care examine the practical aspects of a wide range of specific conditions including cystic fibrosis, obesity, cardiac/renal failure and HIV/AIDS. Each chapter is interactive with questions, learning activities and points for discussion creating an engaging and enquiry-based learning approach. Care Planning in Children and Young People’s Nursing is a definitive resource, reflecting innovative practice which is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate nurse education.
|Title of host publication||Care planning in children and young people's nursing|
|Editors||D. Corkin, S. Clarke, L. Liggett|
|Place of Publication||Oxford, UK|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2011|