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Long Term Conditions [electronic resource] : A Guide for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781444332490Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781118276242
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: Long Term Conditions : A Guide for Nurses and Healthcare ProfessionalsDDC classification:
  • 362.16 616.044
LOC classification:
  • RT120.L64 L66 2011
Online resources:
Contents:
Title page; Table of Contents; Contributors; Introduction - rationale and ethos of the book; Section 1: living with a long-term condition; Nutrition; Introduction; Nutrition in context; What is nutrition?; Basics of nutrition; How much do we need to eat?; Assessing dietary intake; Assessing nutritional status; Nutrition problems in long-term conditions; Conclusion; References; Resources; Further reading; Learning objectives; Chronic Pain : Living with Chronic Pain; Introduction; Causes and pathology of pain; Types of chronic pain; Incidence of chronic non-malignant pain
Adaptation in long-term conditions: the role of stigma particularly in conditions that affect appearanceIntroduction; Ltc, visible difference, disfigurement and body-image; Psychosocial, social and cultural impact of living with an ltc affecting appearance; Stigmatisation and ltcs; Psychosocial interventions; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Resources; Further reading; Self-management in Long-termConditions; Introduction; Context; Historical perspective; Self-care and self-management; Co-creating health initiative (CCH); Underpinning theories; Conclusion; References; Resources
Further readingAssistive technology - a means of empowerment; Introduction; Policy background; Defining key terms; Whole system demonstrators; Ethical issues; Workforce design, education and training; A technological future?; Conclusion; References; Resources; Further reading; Risk and empowerment in long-term conditions; Introduction; Risk in context - the bigger picture; Wider views of risk and empowerment; Empowerment; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Further reading; Section 3 Care Management; Care coordination for effective long-term condition management; Introduction
Population contexts in england, scotland, wales and northern ireland in relation to ltcsCare coordination; Frameworks of care delivery; Service delivery models; Other ways of working which influence care coordination; New ways of working; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Resources; Further reading; Rehabilitation in Long-termConditions; Introduction; Definitions and concepts of rehabilitation; The role of rehabilitation in the context of managing LTCs; Models and theories informing rehabilitation; Teams and teamwork in rehabilitation
Psychology and social considerations in chronic painThe impact of pain; Chronic pain assessment; Interventions to manage chronic pain; Conclusion; References; Further reading; Organisations in the United Kingdom who may offer support; Depression and long-term conditions; Introduction; What is depression?; Recognition of depression as co-morbidity with long-term physical conditions; Prevalence of depression as co-morbidity with long-term physical conditions; Diagnosis of depression; Treatment for depression; Conclusion; References; Further reading; Section 2 Empowerment
The principles and process of rehabilitation for people with LTCs
Summary: A veteran hockey writer takes on hockey culture and the NHL--addressing the games most controversial issue Whether its on-ice fist fights or head shots into the glass, hockey has become a nightly news spectacle--with players pummeling and bashing each other across the ice like drunken gladiators. And while the NHL may actually condone on-ice violence as a ticket draw, diehard hockey fan and expert Adam Proteau argues against hockeys transformation into a thuggish blood sport. In Fighting the Good Fight, Proteau sheds light on the many perspectives of those in and around the game, with intervie
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Title page; Table of Contents; Contributors; Introduction - rationale and ethos of the book; Section 1: living with a long-term condition; Nutrition; Introduction; Nutrition in context; What is nutrition?; Basics of nutrition; How much do we need to eat?; Assessing dietary intake; Assessing nutritional status; Nutrition problems in long-term conditions; Conclusion; References; Resources; Further reading; Learning objectives; Chronic Pain : Living with Chronic Pain; Introduction; Causes and pathology of pain; Types of chronic pain; Incidence of chronic non-malignant pain

Adaptation in long-term conditions: the role of stigma particularly in conditions that affect appearanceIntroduction; Ltc, visible difference, disfigurement and body-image; Psychosocial, social and cultural impact of living with an ltc affecting appearance; Stigmatisation and ltcs; Psychosocial interventions; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Resources; Further reading; Self-management in Long-termConditions; Introduction; Context; Historical perspective; Self-care and self-management; Co-creating health initiative (CCH); Underpinning theories; Conclusion; References; Resources

Further readingAssistive technology - a means of empowerment; Introduction; Policy background; Defining key terms; Whole system demonstrators; Ethical issues; Workforce design, education and training; A technological future?; Conclusion; References; Resources; Further reading; Risk and empowerment in long-term conditions; Introduction; Risk in context - the bigger picture; Wider views of risk and empowerment; Empowerment; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Further reading; Section 3 Care Management; Care coordination for effective long-term condition management; Introduction

Population contexts in england, scotland, wales and northern ireland in relation to ltcsCare coordination; Frameworks of care delivery; Service delivery models; Other ways of working which influence care coordination; New ways of working; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Resources; Further reading; Rehabilitation in Long-termConditions; Introduction; Definitions and concepts of rehabilitation; The role of rehabilitation in the context of managing LTCs; Models and theories informing rehabilitation; Teams and teamwork in rehabilitation

Psychology and social considerations in chronic painThe impact of pain; Chronic pain assessment; Interventions to manage chronic pain; Conclusion; References; Further reading; Organisations in the United Kingdom who may offer support; Depression and long-term conditions; Introduction; What is depression?; Recognition of depression as co-morbidity with long-term physical conditions; Prevalence of depression as co-morbidity with long-term physical conditions; Diagnosis of depression; Treatment for depression; Conclusion; References; Further reading; Section 2 Empowerment

The principles and process of rehabilitation for people with LTCs

A veteran hockey writer takes on hockey culture and the NHL--addressing the games most controversial issue Whether its on-ice fist fights or head shots into the glass, hockey has become a nightly news spectacle--with players pummeling and bashing each other across the ice like drunken gladiators. And while the NHL may actually condone on-ice violence as a ticket draw, diehard hockey fan and expert Adam Proteau argues against hockeys transformation into a thuggish blood sport. In Fighting the Good Fight, Proteau sheds light on the many perspectives of those in and around the game, with intervie