7 edition of Knowledge-in-practice in the caring professions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Heather D"Cruz, Struan Jacobs, Adrian Schoo.|
|Contributions||D"Cruz, Heather., Jacobs, Struan., Schoo, Adrian M. M.|
|LC Classifications||RA399.A1 K566 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||0754672824, 0754672840, 0754690636|
|ISBN 10||9780754672821, 9780754672845, 9780754690634|
|LC Control Number||2009031151|
standards of care even in situations of personal incompatibility know about current legislation applicable to the work of their profession be able to practise in accordance with relevant medicines legislation understand the importance of and be able to obtain informed consent understand the complexity of caring for vulnerable File Size: KB. The aim for the profession should be to improve practice by questioning findings from all sources. Gaining knowledge raises an awareness of personal and professional accountability and the dilemmas of practice. Knowledge is what improves care if the nurse is aware of the best knowledge or evidence to use in practice.
Understanding knowledge use in everyday nursing practice is important to the improvement of educational preparation and quality in health care. This paper reports registered nurses’ experiences in different parts of the Norwegian health care system. The aim of the study was to elucidate nurses’ experiences of knowledge use in work by: “Nursing is a multi-faced profession, and as such, has been defined in many ways” (Craven & Hirnle, , p. 38). Widespread themes are obvious, holism, caring, teaching, advocacy, supporting, promoting, maintaining and restoring health are all components of professional nursing practice regardless of numerous definitions.
Background. The rising interest in considering knowledge as a critical asset of health care organizations and its management is becoming an important issue [1, 2].The World Health Organization (WHO) and other evidences defined knowledge management as “a set of principles, tools and practices that enable people to create, share, translate and apply Cited by: 6. Practice as a health care professional is based upon a relationship of mutual trust between patients and health care practitioners. The term “profession” means “a dedication, promise or commitment publicly made”.1 To be a good health care practitioner, requires a life-long commitment to sound professional and ethical practices.
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Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions. DOI link for Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions. Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions bookCited by: 1.
Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions explores the nature and role of knowledge in the practical work of the caring professions. It focuses on knowledge of the practical over the theoretical, looking at the application of theory and the implementation of.
Knowledge-in-practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives Heather D'Cruz, Struan Jacobs, Adrian M. Schoo Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., - Social Science. DOI link for Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions. Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions book.
Multidisciplinary Perspectives. By Struan Jacobs. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 April Pub. location London.
Imprint by: 3. Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions by Dr Struan Jacobs,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In summary, “Knowledge-in-practice in the caring professions” is a seminal although incomplete book for the development of a comprehensive approach to healthcare which incorporates expert-driven knowledge as a valuable information source.
Ethics are central to the caring professions. The very idea of a profession stakes a claim on the ethical basis of knowledge and skills. In this book Richard Hugman examines new approaches in ethics and applies these to the practices and organisation of the caring professions.5/5(1).
Knowledge-in-practice in the caring professions: multidisciplinary perspectivesKnowledge-in-practice in the caring professions: multidisciplinary by D'Cruz, Heather, Jacobs, Struan and Schoo, Adrian, Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, England.
Knowledge-in-practice in the caring professions: multidisciplinary perspectives D'Cruz, Heather, Jacobs, Struan and Schoo, AdrianKnowledge-in-practice in the caring professions: multidisciplinary perspectives, Ashgate Publishing, Surrey, by: 4.
PROFESSOR’S OFFICE HOURS: Virtual Office Hours. COURSE DESCRIPTION/OVERVIEW: HSC - 3 credits PROFESSIONS OF CARING Prerequisites: Completed remedial coursework Introduces careers in health professions. Includes self-exploration and increased awareness of self and Size: KB.
individuals’. The caring professionals referred to in this book include social care workers, youth workers and early childcare workers, and one of the key links between them is that they all use creative activities to teach, demonstrate, model, intervene, spend time, have fun with and learn about the other.
4 CREATIVE STUDIES FOR THE CARING PROFESSIONSFile Size: 1MB. Explores the nature and role of knowledge in the practical work of the caring professions. This book focuses on knowledge of the practical over the theoretical, looking at the application of theory and the implementation of skill, judgment and discretion.
  The concept of knowledge in practice differs from the social anthropological, organizational, and educational literature's "knowing in. It is a fitting legacy to the professions that benefited so much from Evans' contribution.' Community Care 'This is a valuable contribution to the developing literature on practice learning and a useful resource book for practice teacher programmes and those undertaking the Author: Dave Evans.
A Caring Profession. The Ethics of Care and Social Work with Older People Article (PDF Available) in British Journal of Social Work 36(7) November with 1, ReadsAuthor: Liz Lloyd. This book, now substantially revised in its second edition, is about the appreciation, evaluation and conduct of social research.
Aimed at nurses, social workers, community workers and others in the caring professions, the book is particularly focused on research which evaluates and contributes to professional practice.5/5(2). Professional knowledge and its impact on nursing practice.
Author links open overlay panel Strengthening the nursing, midwifery and health visiting contribution to health and health care, Department of Health, London () Google Scholar. RS Downie a flawed strategy for the nursing profession. Nurse Education Today, 18 (), pp Cited by: 9. Caring can save the life of a patient, offer a death with dignity, and convey trust and commitment to patients, families, and staff.
Nursing is a caring profession that is honored as the spiritual, spirit-filled practice that it is. I believe it is a calling for a special spiritual person who cares about the spirituality of others.
Teaching and Learning in Nursing. We hope that this book can be used as a resource to increase the body of knowledge in teaching and learning in nursing, thereby enhancing the role and contribution of health care professionals to clinical main aim of teaching and learning in nursing, at all levels, is to enhance the nurses' contribution to assist the individuals.
Advanced Practice Nursing: Essential Knowledge for the Profession - International Economy Edition on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Advanced Practice Nursing: Essential Knowledge for the Profession - International Economy EditionManufacturer: Jones & Bartlett.
Nursing knowledge and practice is a comprehensive textbook which forms an ideal basis for foundation nursing students. The core emphasis in the organisation and presentation of knowledge in this third edition remains focused on the in-depth knowledge required by nurses to deliver care in the practice setting.
Susan M. DeNisco is the author of 'Advanced Practice Nursing: Essential Knowledge for the Profession', published under Price: $Ethics are central to the caring professions. The very idea of a career stakes a declare on the ethical basis of info and experience.
On this book Richard Hugman examines new approaches in ethics and applies these to the practices and organisation of the caring professions.